TV Ratings: '$100,000 Pyramid,' 'To Tell the Truth' Hold Up Sunday

'Big Brother' leads the night in the 18-49 demo, and the ABC game shows don't suffer much without 'Celebrity Family Feud.'
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ABC was without an original Celebrity Family Feud Sunday night, but the network's other game shows held up fairly well.

The $100,000 Pyramid drew a 0.8 rating among adults 18-49 and To Tell the Truth a 0.7. Both were off a tenth of a point week to week, but each show led its respective hour in the demographic.

The Celebrity Family Feud rerun also performed decently with a 0.8, which was good for second at 8 o'clock.

Big Brother held its usual spot atop the 18-49 ratings with a 1.4 on CBS. It was off a tick from the previous week's 1.5. Its lead-in, 60 Minutes, was the night's most-watched show with 6.83 million people tuning in.

The only other original on the broadcast networks Sunday night was NBC's Shades of Blue. The Jennifer Lopez drama scored a 0.5 in the demo for the sixth straight week.

ABC led the network race in adults 18-49 with a 0.8, finishing just ahead of CBS' 0.7 (the Alphabet's current lead is a scant hundredth of a point, 0.75 to 0.74). NBC finished with a 0.5 and Fox a 0.4.