Pan Am increased its viewership to 5.68 million Sunday night, up some 10 percent from last week's series low, Nielsen overnights show.
It's a long way for the ABC series (which also rose slightly to a 1.8 rating among the 18-to-49 set) from the 10.87 million to which it premiered. Also in prime time's final hour Sunday, CSI: Miami grabbed 9.82 million people and a 2.1 demo rating.
The good news for ABC, though, is that another freshman program, Once Upon a Time, continues to show its steadiness. It attracted 11.33 million viewers (it debuted with 12.79 million) and a 3.8 demo rating. Amazing Race lured 10.58 million (2.7 demo rating).
Also in the 8 o'clock hour, Allen Gregory solidified its status as the weak link in Fox's Animation Domination lineup, pulling in 4.24 million people and 2.0 rating at 8:30/7:30c. That's barely down from the numbers for its second episode a week ago. Still, for the third straight week a lot of folks reached for the remote, as The Simpsons nabbed 7.53 million and a 3.5 demo rating.
The usual Sunday night champ, Sunday Night Football averaged a viewership of 19.05 million (7.3 demo rating).
At 9/8c, CBS' The Good Wife attracted 10.07 million people (2.0 demo rating), while Desperate Housewives grabbed 9.2 million (a time slot-winning 3.0), and Family Guy and American Dad grabbed 5.96 million viewers (3.1 demo rating) and 4.85 million (2.4), respectively.