TV Ratings: Nancy Drew Hits Elusive 0.1 Rating

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It was not a good night for The CW's Nancy Drew. 

Nancy Drew Season 1 Episode 4 had 686,000 total viewers but hit an embarrassing 0.1 rating in the demo. 

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That demo tally is no stranger to The CW, but it's something the network rarely hits with regular programming away from Fridays. 

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Nancy Drew has already snagged a full season order, but these numbers are bad. 

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The Goldbergs (4.1 million/0.9 rating), Schooled (3.2 million/0.7 rating), Modern Family (3.9 million/1.0 rating), and Single Parents (2.7 million/0.7 rating) were all steady as a rock. 

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But Stumptown (2.7 million/0.5 rating) slipped to a series low in the demo. 

Survivor (6.3 million/1.1 rating) and S.W.A.T. (3.4 million/0.5 rating) were both on the downside, while SEAL Team (4.4 million/0.7 rating) held steady. 

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#OneChicago held up well against the World Series, with Med (7.8 million/1.2 rating) being steady, Fire (7.3 million/1.1 rating) down just a tenth, and P.D. (6.3 million/1.1 rating) being steady week-to-week. 

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