via press notes:
ABC dominated Sunday night in Adults 18-49 over all-original competition on the other nets, outdelivering CBS by 24%, Fox by 30% and NBC by 53%. It was ABC’s 3rd straight night this week to rank #1 in the key young adult sales demo.
- In Adults 18-49, the Net matched its top-rated Sunday with regular programming in 1-year – since 3/6/11.
ABC’s America’sranked a strong #1 during the 7 o’clock hour in Adults 18-49, beating out runner-up CBS’ by 38%.
- Hitting season highs for its 3rd consecutive airing, America’s rose 10% over its last broadcast to equal its best Adult 18-49 number in well over 2 years – since 1/31/10.
Gaining ground for its 2nd straight broadcast (coming off a pre-emption the prior week for the Oscars), ABC’s Sunday’s #1 broadcast among Adults 18-49. Dominating from 8-9pm with young adults, ABC’s outran CBS’ The by 21%, Fox’s animated comedies by 48% (The / ) and NBC’s encore Celebrity by 209%.won the 8 o’clock hour in viewers and young adults to finish as
- Growing its numbers for its 2nd telecast in a row, was up over its last airing two weeks ago by 8% in Total Viewers and by 10% in Adults 18-49 to mark its best performance since the end of January – since 1/29/12.
Up over its most-recent airing two weeks ago in viewers (+8%) and young adults (+14%), ABC’s led the pack in the 9 o’clock hour with young adults (tied w/Fox’s comedies), outpacing NBC’s Celebrity by 14%, and CBS’ The by 39%.
- Housewives drew its biggest audience in 8 weeks and hit a 6-week high with young adults - since 1/8/12 and 1/22/12, respectively.
Exhibiting strong retention of its Housewives lead-in (93% in viewers/88% in young adults) during the 10 o’clock hour, ABC’s series debut of #1 in its time period with Adults 18-34 and across all key Women (W18-34/W18-49/W25-54).
- In viewers and young adults, 5-month high for ABC with regular programming in the time period – since 10/2/11. produced a
· The new drama improved its hour year to year, outperforming Brothers & on the same night in both viewers (+3%) and young adults (+5%).