Ratings: FBI: Most Wanted and International Grow, FBI Draws Tuesday’s Biggest Crowd

In the latest TV ratings, CBS’ FBI was Tuesday’s most-watched show and tied its two spinoffs for the nightly demo win, with ABC’s dramas once again in rerun mode (but back next week!).

CBS | FBI (with 7.03 million total viewers and a 0.4 demo rating) was down a tick week-to-week (which agent might get benched?), while FBI: International (5.7 mil/0.5, find out who’s leaving and which Chicago Med favorite is coming) and FBI: Most Wanted (5.1 mil/0.4) both grew in audience.

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NBC | Lopez vs. Lopez (2 mil/0.2, 1.6 mil/0.2) was steady, while Weakest Link (2.4 mil/0.2) added viewers.

FOX | Some TMZ/”Arnold and Sly” special (1.23 mil/0.2) was right on par with The Cleaning Lady‘s most recent episode.

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