supernatural 200th episode ratings TV ratings: 'Supernatural' 200th episode and 'Chicago Fire' rise Tuesday

Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014
The 200th episode of “Supernatural” drew a few more fans back into the fold Tuesday, scoring the show’s biggest total audience since its season premiere and growing in adults 18-49 and adults 18-34.
Also Tuesday, “Chicago Fire” jumped half a point in adults 18-49, thanks to the start of a three-part crossover with “Law & Order: SVU” and “Chicago PD” and (mostly) a bigger lead-in from a two-hour edition of “The Voice.” “Masterchef Junior” was steady for FOX, but “New Girl” and “The Mindy Project” both fell from last week. All three of CBS’ dramas were down as well.
Despite the dip, CBS still led the night in viewers with 13.8 million and an 8.6 rating/14 share in households. NBC (10.5 million, 6.4/11) took second. ABC (3.85 million, 2.6/4) finished a distant third, a little bit ahead of FOX (3.75 million, 2.1/3). The CW drew 2.8 million people and a 1.7/3.
NBC topped the 18-49 demographic with a 2.7 rating. CBS came in second with a 1.9, followed by FOX at 1.5. ABC and The CW tied for fourth at 1.1.
Tuesday hour by hour:
8 p.m.

CBS: “NCIS” (17.4 million viewers, 10.8/17 households)
NBC: “The Voice” (11.1 million, 6.7/11)
FOX: “Masterchef Junior” (4.8 million, 2.6/4)
The CW: “The Flash” (3.4 million, 2.0/3)
ABC: “Selfie” (3.3 million, 2.3/4)/”Modern Family” rerun (2.9 million, 2.0/3)
18-49 leader: “The Voice” (2.9)
9 p.m.

CBS: “NCIS: New Orleans” (14.9 million, 9.3/15)
NBC: “The Voice” (11.3 million, 6.9/11)
ABC: “Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” (4.3 million, 2.7/4)
FOX: “New Girl” (2.95 million, 1.8/3)/”The Mindy Project” (2.45 million, 1.5/2)
The CW: “Supernatural” (2.2 million, 1.4/2)
18-49 leader: “The Voice” (3.0)
10 p.m.

NBC: “Chicago Fire” (9.1 million, 5.7/10)
CBS: “Person of Interest” (9 million, 5.7/10)
ABC: “Forever” (4.2 million, 2.9/5)
18-49 leader: “Chicago Fire” (2.2)
Ratings information includes live and same-day DVR viewing. All numbers are preliminary and subject to change. Source: The Nielsen Company.
Posted by:Rick Porter