CBS Wins Sunday Ratings With '60 Minutes,' 'CSI: Miami'

NBC comes in second place with a two-hour "Celebrity Apprentice," which stayed steady.

CBS won a quiet Sunday night with new installments of its lineup including 60 Minutes, which averaged a 1.7 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 10.3 million viewers overall, The Amazing Race (2.6, 9.4 million), Undercover Boss (3.2, 11.7 million), which was down 9 percent and CSI: Miami (2.7 rating, 11.8 million).

NBC was second for the night. America's Next Great Restaurant (1.6, 4.2 million) was down 13 percent in its second week while a two-hour Celebrity Apprentice (2.7, 8.0 million), in which Donald Trump gave Lisa Rinna the boot, was flat week-to-week.

Fox came in third with a mix of reruns and originals. A new episode of The Simpsons (2.5, 5.4 million) was down 11 percent week-to-week while Bob's Burgers (2.8, 4.1 million) dipped 9 percent.

ABC landed in last place with reruns of Desperate Housewives (1.2, 4.9 million) and Brothers & Sisters (0.8, 3.2 million). New unscripted series Secret Millionaire (2.7, 11.3 million) was down 21 percent from last week’s series premiere.