|Adults 18-49: Rating/Share||8.2/22||2.3/6||2.0/5||0.9/2||0.7/2|
|Adults 18-34: Rating/Share||7.6/23||2.6/8||1.3/4||0.5/2||0.7/2|
|Total Viewers (million)||23.722||4.579||7.443||4.754||1.917|
Topping last year's multi-year high, and exceeding our polled readers expectations, The Grammy Awards scored a 10.0 adults 18-49 (up 1% vs. last year) and 26.55 million average viewers, up 3% vs. last year. It was the highest adults 18-49 rating since 2004, and the highest average viewership since 2001. Here are the historical Grammy Awards ratings for reference. Earlier in the night, drew a 2.1 adults 18-49 rating, up 50% vs. its last new episode two weeks ago.
Of course CBS dominated the ratings on Sunday night, while NBC's line up failed to crack a 1.0 adults 18-49 rating.
Against Grammy competition, Our polled readers turned out to be wildly optimistic. Brothers & Sisters also fell to a series low 1.8 rating, down 10% from its last new episode. Earlier in the night, America's drew a 1.8 rating down 14% from its last new episode two weeks ago, and : tumbled 41% from its Bieber-ified 2 hour episode two weeks ago tieing a series low 1.6 rating.was pushed to a series low 2.6 rating, down 16% it's previous new episode (also a series low).
Fox animation was mostly down on the night, as's 1.9 adults 18-49 rating was down 17% vs. its last new episode. The Simpson's 2.7 rating fell 10% vs. its last new episode. Bob's Burger's 2.1 rating was down 5% from its last new episode. (for the , that's an improvement!) 's 3.2 adults 18-49 rating was down 14% vs. its last new episode. Only bucked the downdraft, it drew a 2.4 rating, rising 4% vs. its last new episode.
Laying low, really low, on the night, NBC'sNBC from 7-9pm scored a 1.1 adults 18-49 rating down 15% from its last new episode two weeks ago.
Broadcast primetime ratings for Sunday, February 13, 2011:
|Time||Net||Show||18-49 Rating||18-49 Share||Viewers Live+SD (million)|
|8:00||CBS||THE 53RD ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS||9.0||24||26.322|
|8:30||CBS||THE 53RD ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS||10.0||26||27.745|
|9:00||CBS||THE 53RD ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS||10.9||26||29.302|
|NBC||HARRY'S LAW - R||0.7||2||4.614|
|9:30||CBS||THE 53RD ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS||10.8||26||28.409|
|NBC||HARRY'S LAW - R||0.8||2||4.642|
|10:00||CBS||THE 53RD ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS||11.1||29||28.258|
|ABC||BROTHERS & SISTERS||1.9||5||6.645|
|NBC||HARRY'S LAW - R||0.7||2||3.909|
|10:30||CBS||THE 53RD ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS||9.9||27||25.312|
|ABC||BROTHERS & SISTERS||1.7||5||6.150|
|NBC||HARRY'S LAW - R||0.6||2||3.988|
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