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Game 1 of the World Series dominated Wednesday, but that didn't stop viewers from catching CSI's 300th episode.
The drama drew 10.2 million viewers and a 2.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic for the milestone hour, up a tenth from last week and marking its biggest audience since April. Before the big episode, Survivor: Blood vs. Water (9.4 million, 2.3) hit a series low andCriminal Minds (11.5 million, 2.7) was flat.
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The World Series attracted 13.7 million and a 4.1, up 25 percent from last's year's opener.
ABC's comedies all dropped, except for Super Fun Night
(6 million, 2.2), which rose a tenth. Nashville
(5.5 million, 1.6) was steady.
On NBC, Revolution
(5 million, 1.4) was even, while Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
(5.5 million, 1.4) fell four tenths to hit a season low. Ironside
's final episode drew 3.9 million and a 0.8.
The CW's Arrow
(2.8 million, 0.9) and The Tomorrow People
(1.9 million, 0.6) both dipped two tenths.8 p.m.
CBS: Survivor: Blood vs. Water
9.4 million viewers (2.3 demo rating) ABC: The Middle
8.2 million (2.1); Back in the Game
6.2 million (1.7)NBC: Revolution
5 million (1.4)Fox: World Series Game 1 13.7 million (4.1) CW: Arrow
2.8 million (0.9)9 p.m.
CBS: Criminal Minds
11.5 million (2.7)ABC: Modern Family
10.3 million (3.8); Super Fun Night
6 million (2.2)NBC: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
5.5 million (1.4) CW: The Tomorrow People
1.9 million (0.6)10 p.m.
CBS: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
10.2 million (2.1)ABC: Nashville
5.5 million (1.6)NBC: Ironside
3.9 million (0.8)