*NBC quietly returned the Boris Kodjoe action vehicle “Undercovers” to the schedule last week – and the outcome hasn’t been good.

Ratings reached another series low on Wednesday as the network continues burning off the remaining episodes of the canceled spy drama, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

On the heels of last week’s series-low rating in the adults 18-49 demo, “Undercovers” fell 18 percent Wednesday to a 0.9.

The freshman series was up slightly among total viewers, though, pulling in 4.5 million this week vs. 4.2 million last week.

Elsewhere, the rest of the night’s broadcast lineup was filled with repeats, with ABC and CBS splitting the win.

ABC was tops in the demo, propelled by an all-comedy lineup of “The Middle” (1.7, 6.4 million), “Better With You” (1.5, 5.2 million) and back-to-back episodes of both “Modern Family” (2.1, 6.1 million) and “Cougar Town” (1.3, 3.3 million).

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Joe Webb scores a touchdown in a game against the Philadelphia Eagles in Philadelphia, Dec. 28, 2010

Meanwhile, it was a ratings touchdown for Tuesday’s snow-delayed “Sunday Night Football” in Philadelphia.

The NFL preshow and matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Minnesota Vikings — which was originally scheduled for Sunday but got postponed because of the East Coast blizzard — averaged a 7.3 rating in the adults 18-49 demographic and 21.5 million total viewers.

The game, a 24-14 upset win by the Vikings, marked the NFL’s first to be played on a Tuesday since 1946.