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CBS topped Sunday night with viewers (9.6 million), tying Fox with adults 18-49 (1.7 rating). 60 Minutes (1.5 adults) was down four tenths of a point from last week, while The Amazing Race (2.3 adults) lost only a tenth of a point — putting it just behind Family Guy as the night’s top demo performer. The Good Wife (1.6 adults), while down a tenth of a point from its finale last season, was up by a tenth since its last original. The Mentalist (1.5 adults) was down a tenth of a point.
The Cleveland Show (1.2 adults) was up three tenths of a point on Fox, while The Simpsons (2.0 adults) was up by two tenths. Bob’s Burger’s (1.7 adults) and Family Guy (2.5 adults) were both even with their last showings. American Dad (1.6 adults) notched a one-tenth improvement at 9:30, giving the network an average 1.7 rating with adults 18-49 and 3.6 million viewers for the night.
America’s Funniest Home Videos (1.5 adults) was up by two tenths of a point on ABC, while Once Upon a Time (2.0 adults) dropped a tenth for a series low. Revenge (1.7 adults) was up by two tenths of a point from its last original five weeks ago, leading into a low for freshman Red Widow (0.7 adults). The show was down a half point. ABC averaged a 1.5 rating with adults 18-49 and 5.7 million viewers.
NBC had encores of The Voice and a new Celebrity Apprentice (1.5 adults), down a tenth of a point from last week. The network averaged a 1.2 rating with adults 18-49 and 4.1 million viewers.
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