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[10/05/17 - 09:05 AM]
For the Second Straight Week, Freshman Drama "SEAL Team" Is Wednesday's Most Watched Broadcast
CBS spins the numbers for Wednesday, October 4.

[via press release from CBS]

FOR THE SECOND STRAIGHT WEEK, FRESHMAN DRAMA "SEAL TEAM" IS WEDNESDAY'S MOST WATCHED BROADCAST

With 8.36 Million Viewers, "SEAL Team" Had 2 Million More Viewers than Any Broadcast on the Competition

"SEAL Team" Projected to Increase to 12 Million Viewers with 7-Day Delayed Viewing

"Survivor" and "Criminal Minds" Win Time Periods in Viewers

CBS Wins Wednesday in Viewers

· At 8:00 PM, SURVIVOR was first in viewers (8.01m), A25-54 (2.3, tie) and second in A18-49 (1.6). With 7-day lift, SURVIVOR is projected to increase to 9.85 million viewers.

· At 9:00 PM, freshman drama SEAL TEAM was first in viewers (8.36m) and averaged 1.2 in A18-49 and 1.9 in A25-54. SEAL TEAM was Wednesday's most watched broadcast for the second consecutive week with 2 million more viewers than any broadcast on the competition ("Modern Family," 6.34m). With 7-day delayed viewing, SEAL TEAM is projected to increase to 12 million viewers.

· At 10:00 PM, CRIMINAL MINDS was first in viewers (6.16m), A25-54 (1.7) and second in A18-49 (1.1). With 7-day delayed viewing, CRIMINAL MINDS is projected to increase to 9.6 million viewers.

· CBS won Wednesday in viewers (7.51m).

Wednesday, Oct. 4

Source: Nielsen NPM Live+SD and CBS Research Estimates Live+7 * Projections





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