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NYC 22 didn't collar big numbers Sunday, but it didn't sink as badly as ABC's Titanic miniseries.

CBS' latest cop drama drew 8.9 million viewers and a 1.5 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic — about 32 percent lower than CSI: Miami's average in the time slot. Lead-ins The Amazing Race (9.2 million, 2.5) and The Good Wife (10 million, 1.8) held steady.

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, from Downton Abbey's Julian Fellowes, pulled in an anemic 4.17 million viewers and a 0.9, just a tad more than its Saturday debut (4.1 million, 0.8). The feeble lead-in caused GCB to drop more than 20 percent to a series low of 4.5 million viewers and a 1.5.On NBC, Harry's Law (8.1 million, 0.9) slipped in the demo and Celebrity Apprentice (6.6 million, 2.1) was flat.  8 p.m.
CBS: The Amazing Race 9.2 million viewers (2.5 demo rating) ABC: Once Upon a Time (R) 4.1 million (1.1)Fox: The Simpsons 4.9 million (2.2); Bob's Burgers 3.8 million (1.8)NBC: Harry's Law 8.1 million (0.9)9 p.m.CBS: The Good Wife 10 million (1.8)ABC: Titanic 4.17 million (0.9)Fox: Family Guy (R) 4.6 million (2.2); The Cleveland Show 4.3 million (2.0)NBC: Celebrity Apprentice 6.6 million (2.1) [9-11 p.m.]10 p.m.CBS: NYC 22 8.9 million (1.5)ABC: GCB 4.5 million (1.5)