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Wednesday Ratings: Chicago P.D. Rises, Med Dips

In the latest TV ratings, NBC’s Chicago Fire was Wednesday’s most-watched show, while CBS’ Survivor dominated the night in the coveted-and-delicious 18-49 demo.

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CBS | Survivor (with 4.7 million total viewers and a 0.7 rating) dipped in the demo; read recap and castoff interview. The Amazing Race (2.8 mil/0.4) added some eyeballs.

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NBC | Chicago Med (6 mil/0.4) ticked down in both measures, Chicago Fire (6.3 mil/0.5) was rock steady, and Chicago P.D. (5.2 mil/0.5) rose in both measures.

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FOX | The Masked Singer (3.2 mil/0.4, get latest updates) was steady, Animal Control (1.5 mil/0.2) addd some eyeballs, and Family Guy (762/0.2) was up in both measures.

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