CBS easily won Friday night thanks to another round of strong performances from Blue Bloods, CSI: NY and Medium.

Blue Bloods was the night's most-watched series, drawing 11.1 million viewers (down 10 percent from the week prior), while CSI: NY and Medium were both up, attracting 9.9 and 6.1 million viewers, respectively.

The future of NBC's Outlaw continues to look bleak. The network halted production on Wednesday, but said the series might resume if ratings improved. Outlaw held last week's 1.0 rating in the adults 18-49 demo, but fell to 4.2 million viewers (down from 4.7 million). NBC placed second overall, thanks to a strong showing by Dateline NBC, which averaged 6.5 million viewers.

ABC came in third with repeats of Modern Family (3.9 million viewers), The Middle (3 million) and No Ordinary Family (3 million). A new edition of 20/20 at 10 p.m. drew 5.4 million viewers.

Fox followed with a rerun of House (3 million viewers) and a fresh episode of The Good Guys (2.4 million).

New episodes of Smallville and Supernatural remained consistent with last week's figures, drawing 2.4 and 2.3 million viewers, respectively.