TV Ratings: Riverdale Recovers from Series Lows

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Riverdale's numbers are fluctuating. 

Riverdale Season 4 Episode 3 pulled in 910,000 total viewers and a 0.3 rating in the demo. 

This was up 13% and 25% week-to-week. 

The Gym's Future - Riverdale Season 4 Episode 3

The series is getting crazier. Are you still digging it?

Leading out of that, Nancy Drew was steady with 810,000 viewers and a 0.2 rating. 

This new series is holding up well out of Riverdale. 

Casey - Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 5

Over on NBC, the Chicago trifecta was down, but they were all on par with their pre-crossover numbers. 

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Chicago Med started things off with 7.7 million total viewers and a 1.2 rating. Fire followed with 7.8 million viewers and a 1.2 rating. 

PD closed the night off for NBC with 6.7 million viewers and a 1.1 rating. 

Casey, Foster, Cruz - Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 5

#OneChicago remains a force in the ratings for NBC. Do you like all of these shows on one night?

Over on CBS, Survivor remained dominant with 6.8 million viewers and a 1.3 rating. 

Is anyone else thinking this is the worst season? Every single person seems to have an idol, making it difficult to watch. 

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After that, SEAL Team (4.6 million/0.7 rating) and S.W.A.T. (3.8 million/0.6 rating) were both up slightly week-to-week.  

Street Reconnects - S.W.A.T.

ABC went with original episodes of The Goldbergs (3.9 million/0.9 rating), Schooled (3.2 million/0.7 rating), and Single Parents (2.5 million/0.7 rating). All three were down from their most recent results. 

Fox aired The World Series (11.8 million/2.9 rating) 

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