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Wednesday Night Ratings: NASHVILLE, ARROW, THE TOMORROW PEOPLE Up

The Wednesday (January 29, 2014) night ratings are in. NASHVILLE, ARROW and THE TOMORROW PEOPLE were up week-over-week. Check out what The CW and ABC had to say below.

From The CW:
Last night's ARROW was up week to week in total viewers and key demos, rising 9% in total viewers (2.73M), 11% in A18-49 (1.0/3), 17% in W18-34 (0.7/2), and holding steady in A18-34 (0.8/3).

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE also gained versus last week, growing 20% in total viewers (1.64M) for its most watched episode since 12/4/13, and increasing 20% in A18-49 (0.6/2) and 50% in A18-34 (0.6/2).

For the night, The CW was up 13% in total viewers versus last Wednesday (2.19M), up 17% in A18-34 (0.7/2), and up 14% in A18-49 (0.8/2).

From ABC:
Building on its lead-in at 10pm, Nashville was up week to week by 3% in Total Viewers and by 7% in Adults 18-49. Growing for its 2nd-straight telecast in Adults 18-49, Nashville scored its highest rating since the beginning of December – since 12/4/13 On average, Nashville is ABC’s biggest percentage gainer in TV playback this season (Top 5 on all of broadcast), shooting up 75% in Adults 18-49 (+1.2 rating points) from L+SD to L+7.

UPDATE:
The CW's national ratings were adjusted up from this morning's preliminary fast affiliate ratings.

As a result, THE TOMORROW PEOPLE grew to match its best ratings to date in adults 18-34 (0.7/2), women 18-34 (0.6/2) and men 18-34 (0.7/2).

Among adults 18-49, THE TOMORROW PEOPLE tied its best performance since 10/23/13.

With growth from both ARROW and TOMORROW PEOPLE, The CW matched its best Wednesday of the season in adults 18-34 (0.9/3).

Both ARROW and THE TOMORROW PEOPLE were up from last week.

ARROW improved double digits week to week, including +18% total viewers (2.95mil), +25% in A18-34 (1.0/3), +22% in adults 18-49 (1.1/3).

THE TOMORROW PEOPLE grew from last week by 25% in total viewers (1.72M), +75% in A18-34 (0.7/2) and +40% in A18-49 (0.7/2).

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