TV Ratings: 'Once Upon a Time,' 'Last Man on Earth' Go Out Steady

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Amid finale season, Sunday night's broadcast ratings remained rather lackluster.

Once Upon a Time's two-hour season finale averaged a 1.2 rating among adults 18 to 49 on Sunday, steady with last week but down from its 1.8 rating last year. Meanwhile, ABC's other finales drew in less of a crowd. Canceled drama The Family pulled a 0.8 rating and Quantico, a 1.0 rating, both on par with last week.

On Fox, The Simpsons (1.2 rating) and The Last Man on Earth, which wrapped up its second season with a 0.9 rating, were each consistent with the previous week. Family Guy nabbed the highest share of the night among adults 18 to 49 with a 1.3 rating.

CBS saw Undercover Boss return to the network's schedule with a 0.9 rating, sandwiched between 60 Minutes (1.0 rating and over 10 million total viewers) and a NCIS repeat (0.6 rating and 5 million total viewers).

On the night of its third-season renewal, NBC's The Carmichael Show held even with a 0.8 rating, while newly canceled comedy Crowded (0.7 rating) also stayed the same as last week. A Little Big Shots repeat drew a 0.9 rating. 

ABC won the night with an overall 1.1 rating in the key demo and 4 million total viewers, while Fox (0.9 ratings and 3 million viewers), CBS (0.9 ratings and 3 million viewers) and NBC (0.8 ratings and 3 million viewers) were nearly on par with each other.