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Wednesday ratings: 'X Factor' USA, 'Modern Family', 'CSI' up

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ABC and Fox were tied in the 18-49 demographic on Wednesday night, while CBS won the most amount of viewers.

The post-Thanksgiving ratings boost continued where it left off on Tuesday, with most shows experiencing a rise from last week.

The X Factor USA - November 28: Emblem3

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson as Mitchell, Eric Stonestreet as Cameron and Ed O'Neill as Jay in 'Modern Family'

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Fox's The X Factor USA leapt a big 27% from last week to 2.8 (8.08m) at 8-10pm.

CBS's Survivor was up 17% to 2.7 (10.35m) at 8pm, while Criminal Minds was also up 7% to 2.9. It was the most watched show of the night once again with 12.27 million at 9pm. CSI climbed 8% to 2.6 (11.99m) at 10pm.

ABC's airing of A Charlie Brown Christmas was up 4% from last year's broadcast to 2.9 (8.85m) at 8pm.

Modern Family climbed 2% to 4.7, easily the highest score of the night (11.95m) at 9pm. Suburgatory rose 8% to 2.6 (6.88m) at 9.30pm. Nashville was even with its last 1.8 score (5.65m) at 10pm.

NBC's Christmas in Rockefeller Centre achieved a four-year high, rising 11% from last year to 2.1 (9.09m) at 8pm. A special episode of Saturday Night Live: SNL Christmas scored a 2.7 (7.84m) at 9pm.

The CW's Arrow matched its previous 1.2 score (3.7m) at 8pm, while Supernatural dipped 10% from its last episode to 0.9 (2.07m) at 9pm.
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