The broadcast networks continued to reap the benefits of more people watching TV on Wednesday.
#OneChicago secured some bumper ratings, with Chicago Fire (8.9 million/1.3 rating) delivering its most-watched non-crossover total viewer tally since 2015.
Chicago Med (9.1 million/1.3 rating) had its most-watched episode in over a year.
Chicago P.D. (7.6 million/1.2 rating) closed the night for CBS with its most-watched non-crossover episode since December 2015.
The Masked Singer (7.9 million/2.2 rating) surged to its best Wednesday ratings, coming in only behind the show's post-Super Bowl premiere.
Lego Masters (3.9 million/1.2 rating) built 20 percent in the demo.
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Over on CBS, Survivor (7.7 million/1.5 rating) was up a tenth, and held up well against a stronger Masked Singer.
SEAL Team (5 million/0.8 rating) also ticked up a tenth, but SWAT (4.1 million/0.6 rating) was the only how not to get some mileage from more people watching TV.
Over on ABC, The Goldbergs (4.9 million/1.1 rating) and Schooled (3.5 million/0.8 rating) perked up to season highs.
Modern Family (4.3 million/0.9 rating) was up 30 percent, while American Housewife (3.2 million/0.6 rating) was up from its most recent Friday numbers.
Stumptown also benefited, hitting a seven-episode high.
The CW was in repeats, but just for comparison purposes, encores of Penn & Teller: Fool Us (1 million/0.2 rating) and Whose Line is it Anyway (0.9 million/0.2 rating) delivered higher total viewers numbers than Riverdale and Nancy Drew have been logging.
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