Fox was the ratings winner in Wednesday’s prime, riding a robust Empire to a 1.7 in viewers 18-49, per the Nielsen overnights, and a 7 share. Next up was CBS at 1.2/5.
Empire returned to the Fox schedule up 25% to a 2.0 while Star climbed 15% to 1.5 .
On CBS, Survivor did a flat 1.7, SEAL Team a flat 1.0 and Criminal Minds went up 22% to 1.1.
NBC rated a 1.1/5, as a The Voice repeat did a 1.3 across two hours, then the special Andrew Lloyd Webber: Tribute to a Superstar scored a 0.6.
ABC was at 1.0/4, as The Goldbergs slipped 7% to 1.4 and the premiere of Alex, Inc. did a 1.1. Modern Family was off 13% at 1.4 and Splitting Up Together scored a 0.8 (it did a 2.2 on Tuesday, with red-hot Roseanne kicking off prime). Designated Survivor posted a flat 0.7.
Univision rated a 0.5/2 and Telemundo a 0.4/2.
The CW was at 0.2/1 as Riverdale tallied a 0.3 and Life Sentence a 0.1, both dramas down a tenth of a point.
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