The few ratings highlights from a repeats-rampant Sunday:
• CBS' coverage of the Academy of Country Music Awards was the night's most watched program, averaging 14.8 million total viewers.
• NBC's Kings (3.63 mil) was subject to another royal bummer, dropping 18 percent.
• Celebrity Apprentice's double-elimination was watched by 7.03 mil, down 17 percent week-to-week.
• The Simpsons (6.4 mil) dipped 180K.
It was girls' night out at the Academy of Country Music Awards as Carrie Underwood became only the seventh female to capture entertainer of the year honors since the award was first introduced in 1970.
"I accepted that award on behalf of myself and my fans, but also on behalf of other women who came before me that kicked butt but never got the recognition they deserved," Underwood said at Sunday's ceremony. "I can't wait [for] the day, which I hope is in the very near future, where having ...
9 pm/ET Showtime
It's the return of the king, as this royal melodrama, one of Showtime's crowning achievements, begins a third season. Serial bride-taker (and killer) Henry VIII (his number of succession, not the total of women he married), is betrothed for the third time. Gentle, genteel and kindly noblewoman Jane Seymour (Annabelle Wallis) is his choice, and the pressure mounts on her to provide him with a male heir, while Henry deals with a northern uprising over his anti-Catholic Reformation.
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