Wednesday TV ratings: Whiskey Cavalier and Star up, One Chicago down [Apr. 3]

WHISKEY CAVALIER - "The Czech List" - The Whiskey team is sent to Prague for their first official mission where Will has to seduce the widow of a notorious shipping tycoon in order to gain access to a list of criminal clients, but Frankie doubts his ability to deceive a grieving woman. Back in New York, the bureau assigns the team a new liaison, who just so happens to be the last person Will wants to see, on "Whiskey Cavalier," airing WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Larry D. Horricks)
WHISKEY CAVALIER - "The Czech List" - The Whiskey team is sent to Prague for their first official mission where Will has to seduce the widow of a notorious shipping tycoon in order to gain access to a list of criminal clients, but Frankie doubts his ability to deceive a grieving woman. Back in New York, the bureau assigns the team a new liaison, who just so happens to be the last person Will wants to see, on "Whiskey Cavalier," airing WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Larry D. Horricks) /
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Wednesday TV ratings are in and Apr. 3 was a mixed night. While Empire, Star, and Whiskey Cavalier up, the One Chicago trio were down. Here’s a full look at the results.

Wednesday nights can be mixed. This week saw the One Chicago trio fall in the ratings — some with a much larger dip than others — while Whiskey CavalierStar, and others were up. Here’s a breakdown of the Wednesday TV ratings for Apr. 3 and what they could mean.

When it comes to the 8 p.m. slot, Chicago Med saw a dip in both the total audience and demo, with the demo being the largest dip at 14%, taking the show to a season-low. It was also the lowest rated in the demo for the timeslot, although the total audience was the best of the hour. There’s no need to worry as the show has already been renewed for another season.

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Survivor on CBS pulled in the best demo of the entire night with a 1.5 rating, even though that did come with a 6% dip. The total audience was the second best of the hour but saw a 5% dip.

The Goldbergs was down slightly, but nothing too concerning. ABC is still to make a lot of decisions but I doubt this show will be going anywhere just yet. Schooled is the most worrying, with a 15% dip in the demo and 5% dip in the total audience. The Goldbergs‘ spin-off may not be making it another year.

Meanwhile, Empire was the only 8 p.m. show to see an uptick in the ratings, continuing to improve its chances of renewal. Star followed suit in the next hour, ticking up 6% and 10% in the demo and total audience respectively, ranking above CBS’ latest unscripted show, Million Dollar Mile.

Speaking of Million Dollar Mile, this continued to fall in both metrics. The LeBron James series may not get a second season if this continues.

Chicago Fire
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Chicago Fire also saw a dip, but a small one. The total audience remained the best of the night and there’s still no need to worry. The same applies to Chicago PD, despite the dips in both metrics. All One Chicago shows are coming back for another season each.

Modern Family and Single Parents both saw upward ticks in their ratings. Single Parents had the best results, with a 14% uptick in the demo. Hopefully, this is enough to give the freshman comedy another season at the network.

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The CW only aired a new episode of Jane the Virgin. After a good start to its final season, the demo had the worst drop of the night at 33%. The total audience also dipped 25% to 0.6 million. Despite the dips, the metrics are still up on average from the previous season! Fans want to say goodbye to Jane.

Wednesday TV ratings
“You Only Die Once” — Bravo Team sets out on a special ops mission to take down the financier and mastermind behind several terrorist attacks, on SEAL TEAM, Wednesday, March 27 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured L to R: Max Thieriot as Clay Spenser and AJ Buckley as Sonny Quinn. Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS ©2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved /

We’re left with SEAL Team and Whiskey Cavalier in the final slot of the night. Both were respectable, with SEAL Team remaining steady and Whiskey Cavalier up. In fact, ABC’s spy dramedy was only just behind the CBS military drama in the total audience and matched it in the demo after seeing a 13% increase. If the ratings can stabilize, ABC may look favorably at the Scott Foley and Lauren Cohan-led series.

Check out the full Wednesday TV ratings to see how your favorite shows did.

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