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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

THE RUNDOWN: Wednesday, November 14

8:00 The Middle #80 "Thanksgiving IV"
8:30 The Neighbors #8 "Thanksgiving is for the Bird-Kersees"
9:00 Modern Family #80 "Mistery Date"
9:30 Suburgatory #27 "The Wishbone"
10:00 Nashville #6 "You're Gonna Change (or I'm Gonna Leave)"
ABC is all new with its regular lineup that was up across the board this week. I think numbers will be close to last week or possibly even up since they won't contend with The Voice this time around.
Prediction: Middle - 9.2 million, 2.8/Neighbors - 7.2 million, 2.2/Family - 12.1 million, 4.7/Suburgatory - 7.3 million, 2.7/Nashville - 5.9 million, 2.0

8:00 Survivor
9:00 Criminal Minds #169 "The Fallen"
10:00 CSI #280 "Fallen Angels"
CBS is all new with its regular and steady lineup. I see no reason for there to be major changes this week but I do think Survivor might be up without The Voice sharing the timeslot.
Prediction: Survivor - 10.5 million, 2.9/Criminal - 12.5 million, 3.1/CSI - 10.8 million, 2.4

8:00 Whitney #23 "Bawl and Chain" (Season Premiere)
8:30 Guys with Kids #8 "First Birthday"
9:00 Law & Order: SVU #302 "Vanity's Bonfire"
10:00 Chicago Fire #6 "Rear View Mirror"
NBC is all new with its lineup that includes the second season premiere of Whitney. The show was not a big success last year but NBC is hoping it can improve on Animal Practice's ratings and help its multi-cam  partner Guys with Kids. I think it'll be up from Animal but nowhere near a 2 demo. I do think it will help Guys with Kids a little bit. Chicago Fire got a big boost last week from The Voice but it should come back to earth with SVU as its lead-in again.
Prediction: Whitney - 4.2 million, 1.6/Guys - 4.1 million, 1.6/SVU - 6.4 million, 1.8/Chicago - 5.9 million, 1.8

8:00 The X Factor 
FOX has a night of The X Factor. It might be the show to benefit most from no competition from The Voice on the night.
Prediction: Factor - 8.1 million, 2.8 

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