TV Ratings: 'Masked Singer' Stays Hot, 'Chicago Med' Surges

Fox's singing competition ticks up a bit in its fourth episode, showing it has some staying power.
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'Chicago Med'

Fox's The Masked Singer posted more strong ratings for its fourth episode, leading the network to a fourth straight Wednesday victory among adults 18-49. NBC's Chicago Med, meanwhile, had its most watched episode in more than three years.

The Masked Singer earned a 2.3 rating among adults 18-49 and 7.1 million viewers, up a little in both measures compared to a week ago (2.2, 6.94 million). Also ticking up from last week's numbers was 24 Hours to Hell and Back (1.1).

Chicago Med tied its season high in adults 18-49 with a 1.3 and drew 9.36 million viewers — its biggest total audience since December 2015, early in the show's first season. Chicago Fire (1.2, 8.42 million) and Chicago P.D. (1.1, 7.22 million) were steady in the 18-49 demo and finished second and third, respectively, for the night in viewers.

The third episode of Celebrity Big Brother posted a 1.1 for CBS, off a little from Tuesday's episode. SEAL Team and Criminal Minds both equaled their last outings at 0.8.

ABC was also pretty steady week to week: The Goldbergs and Modern Family each scored 1.2s in the demo; Schooled matched last week's 1.1; Single Parents came in at 0.7 and Match Game at 0.5.

Riverdale dipped slightly to 0.4 on The CW, while All American was steady at 0.2.

Fox averaged a 1.7 in the 18-49 demographic for the night, half a point clear of NBC's 1.2. ABC and CBS tied for third at 0.9, and The CW trailed at 0.3.