|Adults 18-49: Rating/Share||2.6/7||2.4/7||2.3/7||2.1/6||1.1/3|
|Adults 18-34: Rating/Share||1.9/6||1.4/4||2.9/10||1.5/5||1.3/4|
|Total Viewers (million)||8.978||10.881||5.138||6.196||2.743|
Conan O'Brien's appearance boosted 60 Minutes fast affiliate ratings 0.6 ratings points (which vs. last week's anemic ratings is a 38% increase) to a 2.2 adults 18-49 rating.
ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition was even with its last original episode (4/11) with a 2.4 adults 18-49 rating. Continuing to climb back a bit from recent series low ratings, Desperate Housewives was up 12% vs. last week to a 3.7 rating, and Brothers & Sisters was up 4% to a 2.5 rating.
After Conan's 60 Minutes appearance, the rest of the CBS line up was down. Amazing Race fell 6% vs. last week to a 3.0 rating. A special new Cold Case at 9pm drew just a 2.0 rating, and a regular 10pm timeslot Cold Case did little better, drawing a 2.2 rating down 4% from its last original on 4/11.
Fox was all over the map on Sunday. The Simpsons was even with last week's 2.7 adults 18-49 rating. The Cleveland Show was down 4% (vs. 4/11) to a 2.6 rating, and a special 1 hour Family Guy was up 3% (vs. 4/11) to a 3.5 rating.
At 8pm, NBC's Minute To Win It was up 6% from last week to a 1.9 adults 18-49 rating, while Celebrity Apprentice fell 16% vs last week to a 2.6 rating.
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating||18-49 Share||Viewers Live+SD (million)|
|ABC||America's Funniest Home Videos||1.6||6||6.239|
|ABC||America's Funniest Home Videos||1.8||6||7.040|
|FOX||The Simpsons (repeat)||1.0||3||2.426|
|8:00||CBS||The Amazing Race||2.9||9||10.732|
|ABC||Extreme Makeover: Home Edition||2.1||6||7.631|
|NBC||Minute To Win It||1.7||5||5.378|
|8:30||CBS||The Amazing Race||3.0||9||10.246|
|ABC||Extreme Makeover: Home Edition||2.7||8||9.625|
|FOX||The Cleveland Show||2.6||7||5.739|
|NBC||Minute To Win It||2.0||6||5.910|
|10:00||ABC||Brothers & Sisters||2.7||7||9.083|
|ABC||Brothers & Sisters||2.3||6||8.171|
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