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Sunday Final Ratings: 'Once Upon a Time', 'Family Guy' & 'The Cleveland Show' Adjusted Up; 'The Good Wife' & '60 Minutes' Adjusted Down

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November 27th, 2012

 

Once Upon A Time, Family Guy and The Cleveland Show were each adjusted up a tenth, while The Good Wife was adjusted down a tenth and 60 Minutes was adjusted down six tenths  among adults 18-49 versus Sunday's preliminary ratings. The final ratings for Sunday Night Football and unscrambled CBS and FOX ratings are also below.

Final broadcast primetime ratings for Sunday, November 25, 2012:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Share Viewers (Millions)
7:00 FOX NFL Football (49ers at Saints) - (7-7:45PM) 8.5/26 24.85
CBS 60 Minutes 1.6/4 11.09
ABC America's Funniest Home Videos 1.6/4 6.58
7:30 NBC  Football Night in America Part 2 - Live 1.3/4 4.04
8:00 NBC  Football Night in America Part 3 - Live 4.3/11 12.80
FOX  The Simpsons 3.3/8 7.46
ABC Once Upon A Time 3.1/7 8.82
CBS The Amazing Race 2.5/6 9.58
8:30 NBC NFL Football : Packers at Giants -  Live (8:30-11:26PM) 7.6/18 20.85
FOX Bob's Burgers 2.0/5 4.66
9:00 FOX Family Guy 2.9/6 5.77
ABC Revenge (9-10:01PM) 2.2/5 6.92
CBS The Good Wife 1.6/4 9.45
9:30 FOX The Cleveland Show 2.0/4 4.32
10:00 CBS The Mentalist 1.8/5 10.15
ABC 666 Park Avenue (10:01-11PM) 1.2/3 3.94

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

 
  • Kathleen

    The Good Wife is one of the better shows on TV. In my area Football is on and usually goes over sometimes an hour over. I think people get sick of that and miss it. If they would put it on a different day it would be better. Please don’t cancel the one good show on TV.

  • a p garcia

    I would recommend that CBS drop 60 minutes when an overun by the NFL is expected!

  • CBSviewer

    Series low for The Good Wife ? CBS should cancel it !

  • Jackson

    Revenge I AM SURE will bounce back this week. I am sure that promo did turn off some viewers, it was an AWFUL promo, didnt even seem like a promo to revenge. I do hope the producers and writers of Revenge take note of some of the complaints though. This season as been over complicated to understand at times and i am sure that has turned some people off. They need to make sure that it is always easy to understand.

  • Barbie

    “3) It’d be a good option for Fridays if they decide to cancel CSI NY (which I believe they will). I honestly don’t see them airing another new drama on that night.”

    Thing is, they have a guarantee audience for CSI:NY on Fridays. They have absolutely no guarantee the lame audience TGW is getting on Sundays will turn up on Fridays. These people may not be a loyal audience. These people may as well be people who go out on Friday nights. That’s what holds CSI:NY so strong: its loyal audience, that turns in on TV’s hardest night. TGW’s might as well tank on Fridays, they don’t know. It’s unpredictable to them. Great chances they won’t want to risk it. I’d bet my money they’ll give CSI:NY its 10th season instead, and let it go out like CSI:Miami with 10.

  • Cj morton

    Please cancel the goodwife!

  • The End

    I think Once Upon a Time does quite well considering the budget, much of the latest episode was entirely green screened, as in the dream ‘netherworld’ sequences with Henry, Aurora, Snow, Charming etc. And a few other random ones. They do all these at Bridge Studios in Canada when they’re not shooting at some random canadian town.

    Then you have the enchanted ‘Vancouver’ forests too. I would be shocked if the budget is close to 3 million an episode. Great show, just easy to spot the digital sets/effects :P

  • gerry

    @ barbie

    the good wife wasn’t always on sundays. and it was followed in its move. so it actually has been proven that its audience, albeit small, will follow it. probably because its the best network drama. and more eps for syndication will boost it as well.

    also, you should note that there is a reason that csi ny got kicked to fridays. its audience wasn’t so hot on another night either…..

  • gerry

    (not boost per se, more ‘make it more likely for renewal’)

  • Steve

    Revenge is still solid. Doesn’t matter what it gets now that 666 Park, Last Resort, and Private Practice have all been devoured by the cancellation bear, and is nipping the heals of Scandal and Nashville. Its one of only 4 dramas on ABC that isn’t in danger, the other 3 being Grey’s Anatomy, Once Upon, and Castle. As always, you’re never in danger as long as there’s someone slower than you when being chased.

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