Rick Tigner

Maybe because it qualifies as fantasy fare in the Great Recession, Undercover Boss grabbed its biggest audience since January 2011, according to Nielsen overnights. Meanwhile, the implosion of Kim Kardashian's marriage to Kris Humphries set series records for E!.

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The preliminary data, not adjusted for time zones, also show that the National Football League's Pro Bowl declined by 18 percent and Once Upon a Time pulled in its biggest audience in 11 weeks.

Basic cable ratings come out later, so no immediate numbers are available for the Screen Actors Guild Awards, which was simulcast on TNT and TBS. But E! reported that the Season 4 finish of Kourtney & Kim Take New York posted the series' highest-rated and most-watched telecast ever, averaging nearly 4.5 million viewers. It did best in its target demo of women 18-to-34 (3.3 million).

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8 p.m.
CBS: Undercover Boss 13.06 million viewers (3.0)
ABC: Once Upon a Time 10.78 million (3.4)
Fox: The Simpsons 5.12 million (2.4); Napoleon Dynamite 4.43 million (2.1)
NBC: Pro Bowl 10.52 million (3.6) {7-10:30 p.m.}

9 p.m.
ABC: A Smile As Big as the Moon 7.46 million viewers (2.6) {9-11 p.m.}
CBS: The Good Wife 10.95 million (2.2)
Fox: Family Guy 5.92 million (3.0); American Dad! 5.92 million (2.4)

10 p.m.
CBS: CSI: Miami 10.48 million viewers (2.2 demo rating)