Ratings: Law & Order Rises, the Non-Celebrities Fall
Law & Order
Wednesday's ratings recap:
ABC's Wipeout (8.37 million total viewers) once again squeaked past the first half of So You Think You Can Dance, though the Fox series topped the demos and averaged 8.76 mil over its two-hour run.
I'm a Celebrity drew 4.78 million, down 13 percent from the night prior and off a full 25 percent from its Monday premiere.
Night two of NBC's Inside the Obama White House special drew nearly 9 mil, besting a Criminal Minds repeat. ABC's The Goode Family (averaging 2.67 mil across two episodes) got worse, plunging 32 percent from its premiere. Surviving Suburbia returns to the 9:30 slot next week.
Law & Order's 19th season finale copped 8.8 mil, up 31 percent from its last fresh episode. Lagging far, far behind a CSI: NY repeat, The Unusuals dropped 25 percent to hit a new all-time low of 2.94 mil.
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