Primetime Ratings: Small Increases For ‘Dance,' ‘Glee' Give Fox Win

NBC's 'Mercy' sees slight boost

Fox's So You Think You Can Dance and Glee posted slight increases Wednesday night over their prior week; enough to push the network past its main Wednesday competitor, CBS. Dance achieved a 2.8/8 in the 8 p.m. hour, up from last week's 2.5/7, while Glee came in at 3.3/9, up from last week's 3.2/8.

Following Fox's Dance at 8 p.m. was CBS with The New Adventures of Old Christine (2.2/7) and Gary Unmarried (2.4/7). NBC's Mercy was next with a 2.0/6. Hank (1.8/5) and The Middle (2.0/6) came in fourth place again for the hour. The CW was fifth at 1.4/4 for America's Next Top Model.

CBS moved into first at 9, with Criminal Minds pulling in at 3.6/9 with 13.4 million tuning in. ABC's Modern Family (3.6/9) and Cougar Town (3.2/8) combined to average a 3.4/9. Fox was next at 3.3/9 for Glee. NBC's Law & Order: SVU delivered a 2.7/7. The CW was next at 0.4/1 for a rerun of Melrose Place.

CSI: NY was first for CBS at 10 with a 3.2/9 and 12.9 million viewers. ABC's Eastwick tied NBC's The Jay Leno Show at 1.7/5.

On the night, Fox edged out CBS 3.1/8 to 3.0/8. CBS was first in viewers with 11.3 million. ABC finished third with a 2.3/6. NBC was fourth at 2.1/6. The CW finished in back of the pack at 0.9/2.