8:00 The Middle #57 "The Play"
8:30 Suburgatory #7 "Sweet Sixteen"
9:00 Modern Family #56 "After the Fire"
9:30 Happy Endings #20 "The Code War"
10:00 Revenge #8 "Treachery"
ABC's hit Wednesday lineup is back after a week off due to the CMA Awards. It seems unlikely that the shows will be impacted from the week off though Revenge might be the most at risk. I expect each show to be up or even with its last new airing.
Prediction: Middle - 9.8 million, 3.0/Suburgatory - 9.0 million, 3.1/Family - 14.0 million, 5.8/Endings - 8.1 million, 3.5/Revenge - 8.5 million, 3.0
9:00 Criminal Minds #146 "Hope"
10:00 CSI #259 "Crime After Crime"
CBS is all new with a lineup that took a hit against the CMA Awards (likely some crossover audience). I think they'll all pop back up this week to levels close to two weeks ago.
Prediction: Survivor - 11.7 million, 3.5/Criminal - 12.7 million, 3.6/CSI - 10.9 million, 2.6
8:00 Up All Night #9 "Hiring and Firing"
8:30 Up All Night #3 "Working Late and Working It" (REPEAT)
9:00 Harry's Law #20 "Insanity"
10:00 Law & Order: SVU #280 "Educated Guess"
NBC is all new save for an Up All Night repeat at 8:30pm. Up All Night has hit lows the past two weeks but I think it could be up a hair this week. Harry's Law and SVU should be pretty steady. As announced Monday, come midseason NBC's Wednesday lineup will be Up All Night/Are You There, Chelsea?/Rock Center/Law & Order: SVU.
Prediction: Night 8:00 - 5.1 million, 1.9/Harry's - 7.6 million, 1.2/SVU - 7.1 million, 2.0
8:00 The X-Factor
FOX's The X-Factor hit a Wednesday low last week. Was that because of the CMAs? We'll see this week. My guess is it will be back up slightly.
Prediction: X Factor - 11.0 million, 3.9