|Rating/Share: Adults 18-49||3.4/9||2.4/9||2.0/5||1.8/5||1.1/3||0.4/1|
|Rating/Share: Adults 18-34||2.2/7||2.8/9||1.4/4||1.3/4||1.2/4||0.3/1|
|Total Viewers (million)||14.11||4.93||5.67||5.89||2.79||.98|
CBS lead by the Academy of Country Music Awards easily beat the broadcast competition on Sunday night averaging a 3.4for the important adults 18-49 demo. Despite airing only a single new episode, Fox won the adults 18-34 demo with a 2.8 rating and finished second in the 18-49 demo.
Those ratings for the Academy of Country Music Awards mark an uptick in their historical trend. The show topped the 18-49 demo during every half hour (although a new tied it at 8pm).
Kings seems destined to live out a life of exile at 8pm with a mere 1.1 demo rating last night. Celebrity Apprentice, suffered in the competition with the Country Music Awards, down 15% in the 18-49 demo from last week.
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating||18-49 Share||18-34 Rating||18-34 Share||Viewers Live+SD (000s)|
|FOX||King of the Hill (repeat)||1.4||4||1.4||5||2.909|
|CBS||Academy of Country Music Awards||3.1||9||2.0||7||13.729|
|UNI||Nuestra Belleza Latina||1.0||3||1.2||4||2.803|
|CW||Rocky III (movie)||0.4||1||0.3||1||0.919|
|8:30||CBS||Academy of Country Music Awards||3.5||9||2.3||7||14.392|
|UNI||Nuestra Belleza Latina||1.2||3||1.3||4||3.188|
|CW||Rocky III (movie)||0.4||1||0.3||1||1.084|
|9:00||CBS||Academy of Country Music Awards||4.1||10||2.9||8||15.741|
|UNI||Nuestra Belleza Latina||1.3||3||1.4||4||3.235|
|CW||Rocky III (movie)||0.4||1||0.3||1||1.129|
|9:30||CBS||Academy of Country Music Awards||4.1||10||2.8||8||15.509|
|UNI||Nuestra Belleza Latina||1.4||3||1.5||4||3.628|
|CW||Rocky III (movie)||0.5||1||0.4||1||1.310|
|10:00||CBS||Academy of Country Music Awards||4.1||10||2.8||8||15.119|
|ABC||Brothers & Sisters (repeat)||1.1||3||0.8||2||3.931|
|UNI||¿Quién Tiene la Razón?||1.1||3||1.0||3||2.813|
|10:30||CBS||Academy of Country Music Awards||4.0||10||2.7||8||14.303|
|ABC||Brothers & Sisters (repeat)||1.0||3||0.9||3||3.734|
|UNI||¿Quién Tiene la Razón?||1.0||3||1.0||3||2.577|
Shows are sorted by demo adults 18-49 in each time slot. Trying a little experiment here on reorienting the tables to emphasize the adults 18-49 demo, while still presenting all the high level data we get.
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