Ratings: The Masters Powers CBS to Win; Celebrity Apprentice Up
Bubba Watson's dramatic two-hole playoff Masters victory drove CBS to a win Sunday night.
Delaying CBS' prime-time lineup by 51 minutes, the Masters pushed the network to an average of 10.8 million viewers and a 2.3 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic.
An open letter to Once Upon a Time
NBC was the only network to air a whole fresh slate, and saw Harry's Law (7.6 million, 1.0) rise two-tenths in the demo and Celebrity Apprentice (7.07 million, 2.3) climb 11 percent.
ABC served a double helping of GCB, testing out the drama in Desperate Housewives' slot. There, it drew 5.25 million viewers and a 1.7, well below Housewives' numbers (8.6 million, 2.6). However, GCB (5.22 million, 1.9) remained steady in its usual 10 o'clock slot.
CBS: 60 Minutes/The Amazing Race 12.2 million viewers (2.6 demo rating)
ABC: Once Upon a Time (R) 3.8 million (1.0)
Fox: The Simpsons (R) 3.08 million (1.5); Bob's Burgers 2.7 million (1.3)
NBC: Harry's Law (7.6 million) (1.0)
CBS: The Amazing Race/The Good Wife (R) 8.3 million (2.0)
ABC: GCB 5.25 million (1.7)
Fox: Family Guy 4.0 million (1.8); American Dad! (R) 3.4 million (1.5)
NBC: Celebrity Apprentice 7.07 million (2.3) [9-11 p.m.]
CBS: The Good Wife (R) /CSI: Miami 7.5 million (1.3)
ABC: GCB 5.22 million (1.9)