UPDATED: Game One of the World Series was lopsided, but it still produced big ratings for Fox.

The game averaged 14.7 million viewers and put Fox on top Wednesday night in total viewers and the 18-to-49 age group. The Boston Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 8-1.

In Orlando, however, "Survivor" was the most-watched show, placing ahead of the World Series.

The national prime-time averages for the other broadcast networks: CBS with 10.5 million viewers, ABC with 7 million, NBC with 4.8 million and The CW with 2.4 million.

"Criminal Minds" was CBS' top performer with 11.6 million viewers. The 300th episode of "CSI" pulled in 10.5 million. "Survivor" was the destination for 9.5 million.

"Modern Family" was ABC's best with 10.3 million viewers, followed by "The Middle," which marked its 100th episode with 8.3 million. ABC also aired "Back in the Game" (6.3 million), "Super Fun Night" (5.8 million) and "Nashville" (5.5 million).

NBC's best was "Law & Order: SVU" with 5.5 million. Once-hot "Revolution" had 5 million fans.

The CW got a strong performance from "Arrow" with 2.9 million. The new "Tomorrow People" had 1.9 million followers.

In Orlando, "Survivor" drew 172,400 viewers. The World Series averaged 156,800 viewers. Rounding out the top five were "CSI" with 151,900 viewers, "Criminal Minds" with 137,600 and "Modern Family" with 132,500. One other program topped 100,000: A&E's "Duck Dynasty" with 104,800.

But the World Series was the No. 1 program with the 18-to-49 age group. Other favorites in that demographic were "Survivor," "Modern Family," "Revolution" and "Duck Dynasty."