"American Idol" mixed strong songstresses and self-indulgent judges for a rocky, two-hour program Wednesday. But the Fox singing contest still had the most viewers locally and nationally.

In Orlando, "Idol" drew 171,300 viewers to top the rankings. ABC's "Modern Family" was second with 163,800 viewers. Then came three CBS series: "Criminal Minds" with 149,800, "Survivor" with 138,500 and "CSI" with 137,500. Two other programs topped the 100,000-viewer mark: ABC's new "How to Live With Your Parents" with 126,600 viewers and A&E's "Duck Dynasty" with 121,700.

The top programs with the 25-to-54 age group were "Modern Family," "Duck Dynasty" and "American Idol." Of course, "Idol" used to be tops in that age group.

In national ratings, "Idol" drew 12.2 million viewers, down from 16.8 million for the comparable show last year.

"Idol" won the night with those 12.2 million viewers. The broadcast competition: CBS with 10.7 million, ABC with 7.2 million, NBC with 4 million and The CW with 1.4 million for reruns. Fox also won the 18-to-49 age group for the night, but "Modern Family" was the most popular show with those young adults.

"Modern Family" had 10.4 million total viewers, according to updated ratings.

CBS' strongest performer was "Criminal Minds" with 11.5 million viewers, followed by "CSI" with 11.1 million and "Survivor" with 9.4 million. ABC's "Nashville" trailed "CSI" with 6 million. Also on ABC, "The Middle" charmed 7.6 million, and "How to Live With Your Parents" was right behind with 7.3 million.

NBC's best was a new "Dateline" with 5.2 million on a night the network offered repeats of "Law & Order: SVU" (3.8 million) and "Hannibal" (3.1 million).