Primetime Ratings: 'X Factor' Holds as Fox Nabs Wednesday

'Modern Family' stands as highest rating of the night
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Fox led Wednesday with a 90-minute The X Factor kicking off its "Boot Camp" portion of the singing
competition, falling 5% to a 3.9 in the 18-49 demo, according to Nielsen
overnight numbers. Raising Hope, airing
at 9:30 p.m., fell 21% from its episode on Tuesday to a 2.3. Fox earned an
overall 3.5 rating/10 share for the night.

CBS scraped by for second place at an overall 3.3/9. Criminal Minds grew 6% to a 3.8, while Survivor dropped a tenth to a 3.1. CSI, at 10 p.m., fell 6% to a 2.9.

ABC's new comedy Suburgatory dropped 9% from its premiere to a 3.0, while Modern Family
still commanded big numbers at a 5.6, though down a tenth from last week. Happy Endings fell 6% to a 2.9, followed
by drama Revenge, dropping 7% to a
2.5. Earlier, The Middle held steady
at 2.7. The network garnered an overall 3.2/9.

NBCplaced third
at an overall 1.6/4. Up All Night increased
5% to a 2.2, while the rest of its lineup, including Free Agents (1.0), Harry's
Law
(1.2) and Law and Order: SVU (2.1),
remained flat.

The CW, at an overall 0.6/2, aired H8R, which tumbled 33% to a 0.4. America's Next Top Model stayed flat at 0.8.

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