TV Ratings: 'Survivor' Ties All-Time Low

The CBS stalwart matches its smallest 18-49 rating ever but still leads a fairly soft night.
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Survivor tied an all-time low among adults 18-49 Wednesday, yet it still led the night's primetime ratings.

The CBS stalwart averaged a 1.3 rating in the 18-49 demographic for a two-hour installment, matching a series low set twice during its fall 2018 run. On a soft night across the board, however, Survivor was good enough to lead ABC's The Goldbergs (1.2) for the evening's top demo rating. The CBS show was also No. 1 in viewers with 7.03 million, about a million more than anything else in primetime.

Following Survivor, SEAL Team returned from almost two months off with a 0.7, slightly below its last outing in late January.

While The Goldbergs ticked up for ABC, Schooled (0.9), Modern Family (1.1) and Single Parents (0.7) each declined a tenth of a point vs. last week. Whiskey Cavalier held at 0.6.

Fox's Empire (1.1) and Star (1.0) slipped by 0.1 as well. NBC got a 1.0 from a two-hour Voice recap special and a 0.5 from its music special Buble!

On The CW, a musical episode of Riverdale (0.3) and the season finale of All American (0.2) were both steady week to week.

CBS and Fox tied for the lead among adults 18-49 in primetime, each averaging 1.1 ratings. ABC was third at 0.9, a little ahead of NBC's 0.8. Telemundo and Univision tied at 0.4, and The CW trailed with a 0.2.   

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