Sunday Final Ratings: 'Revenge', 'The Mentalist' & 'The Amazing Race' Adjusted Up; '666 Park Avenue' & '60 Minutes' Adjusted Down

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November 13th, 2012


Revenge, The Mentalist, & The Amazing Race  were each adjusted up a tenth while 60 Minutes and 666 Park Avenue were each adjusted down a tenth among adults 18-49 versus Sunday's preliminary ratings. The final ratings for Sunday Night Football and unscrambled FOX ratings are also below.

Final broadcast primetime ratings for Sunday, November 11, 2012:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Share Viewers (Millions)
7:00 FOX NFL Football - Live (7-:8:20PM) 8.7/27 24.34
CBS 60 Minutes 1.6/4 11.39
ABC America's Funniest Home Videos 1.4/4 6.05
7:30 NBC  Football Night in America Part 2 - Live 1.4/4 3.98
8:00 FOX The Simpsons (8:21PM-8:51PM) 3.2/8 6.86
ABC  Once Upon A Time 2.7/7 8.75
CBS The Amazing Race 2.5/6 9.18
NBC  Football Night in America Part 3 - Live 2.4/6 7.32
8:30 NBC NFL Football : Houston at Chicago -  Live (8:30-11:00PM) 7.9/19 20.86
FOX Bob's Burgers (8:50-9:20PM) 2.4/5 4.89
9:00 FOX Family Guy (9:20-9:50) 2.7/6 5.57
ABC Revenge 2.5/6 7.73
CBS The Good Wife 1.7/4 9.02
9:30 FOX Family Guy  (9:50-10:20PM) 2.3/5 5.06
10:00 CBS The Mentalist 1.9/5 10.15
ABC 666 Park Avenue 1.2/3 3.90


Nielsen TV Ratings: ©2012 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.

  • Networkman

    Can ABC finally cancel 666 Park Ave?! The numbers are getting embrassing. A 1.2? How low does ABC wants this to go? Last Resort has got potential. See what it could do behind Revenge. Try a special episode of Scandal to see how it would perform. Just admit this show was a huge failure and move on.


    Revenge will be renewed for a third season. What are the chances you guys think Revenge will be renewed? I see Revenge being a five to six year season show ala Alias/Lost anyone else agree? IMO ABC should cancel 666 Park Avenue and put Nashville on Sunday’s at 10pm where IMO would be a better fit after Revenge.

  • HB


  • a p garcia

    great for revenge

  • Cynthia

    YAY! The Mentalist

  • BigBrotherFan

    DAMMIT! 666 Park was adjusted down! I know an upwards udjustment or a .1 wouldnt save it but what the heck!

    In all honestly REVENGE better get with it again. I am sick of that british guy Aiden if they do not rid the show of his filler storyline and dragging horrible character I`m honestly done. It went from a fine crafted soap to a campy, impossible to follow soap. SERIOSLY The hidden cameras…the people falling off of balconies onto concrete floor only to be walking, smiling and conducting business as if nothing is wrong hours later. Coma`s..agh

    I dont think MANY fans care about AIDEN and people laugh at Daniel. GET BACK TO JACK AND EMILY!!!!!!! Believable and nice.

  • Just

    how long until Revenge beat OUAT?

  • Woody


    The Mentalist’s 1.9 is a tenth higher than it’s done for weeks, so how on Earth did the Family Guy overrun have anything to do with that, nevermind ‘destroy’ it?

  • rob60990

    “I see Revenge being a five to six year season show ala Alias/Lost anyone else agree?”

    4 seasons.

  • Tabitha

    Not suprised OUAT didn’t get adjusted up. Bad episode = bad ratings.

  • Mi

    @Tabitha I think Once dropped because it was against 2 football games instead of one, the competition from Fox is generally not 8.7 at 8PM.. don’t think it’s related to the quality of the episode.

  • Harmiel

    Fox’s Animation is still strong.

  • Gabe

    Ok, there is no doubt in my mind that Max is either Bill or Robert. No way is there a loser who manages to post first every single time. They’re probably trolling us to create more traffic.

  • JR

    Any ideas on the half-hour breakdown for Once Upon a Time? I suppose the football overrun was a big factor in the decline.

  • OMG

    I think the writer of Revenge has at most 2 seasons in his mind, but ABC will drag it to 4 seasons due to it performing well and syndication.

    I just don’t understand the model of US TV. It seems that every show has to be of many episodes to be successful. There is no way US people are going to see 13 episodes of Mr Bean or 6 episodes of The Office UK, without people calling them flops.

    I wonder if any networks will try to aim for one-season shows? For example, they can pick up shows for 22 episodes and the show ends after 22 episodes, so that producers can cram in all the content in 22 episodes and end the story?

    I mean, I watch repeats of the 13 episodes of Mr Bean. It never gets old.

  • Just


    I said the same thing yesterday

  • Data

    “I see Revenge being a five to six year season show ala Alias/Lost anyone else agree?”

    I can certainly see it maintaining an audience for a couple of years to come. I wouldn’t want it, though – storywise I don’t think this should be dragged out for more than four seasons or so. But I don’t think anyone at ABC is interested in my whishes.^^

  • Chris


    YAY! XD

  • Pepper

    @ OMG

    CBS tried to do that sort of format with the Harper’s Island a few years back (the show was 13 episodes), but it had low ratings and was exiled to Sunday nights quickly.

  • BigBrotherFan



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