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Sunday Final Ratings: 'All-Star Celebrity Apprentice' Adjusted Up & Unscrambled CBS Numbers

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April 2nd, 2013

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All-Star Celebrity Apprentice was adjusted up a tenth among adults 18-49 versus Sunday's preliminary ratings. The final ratings for CBS can also be found below.

Want to know why adjustments occur to the preliminary ratings? Read this.

Final broadcast primetime ratings for Sunday, March 31, 2013:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Share Viewers (Millions)
7:00 CBS NCAA Championship Duke vs Louisville (7-:7:34PM) 4.9/19 15.65
NBC The Voice - R (7-9PM) 1.1/3 4.28
ABC It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown - R 0.6/2 2.56
FOX Bob's Burgers - R 0.6/2 1.60
7:30 CBS 60 Minutes (7:41-8:41) 2.5/7 11.67
FOX The Cleveland Show - R 0.8/3 2.11
8:00 FOX  The Simpsons - R 1.4/4 3.10
ABC  Once Upon A Time - R 0.6/1 2.47
8:30 CBS The Amazing Race (8:41-9:41PM) 2.3/6 9.24
FOX Bob's Burgers - R 1.2/3 2.58
9:00 ABC Revenge (9-10:01PM) 1.5/3 5.49
NBC The Voice - R 1.5/4 5.29
FOX Family Guy - R 1.3/3 3.03
9:30 CBS The Good Wife (9:41-10:41PM) 1.5/4 8.59
FOX American Dad - R 1.3/3 3.07
10:00 NBC All-Star Celebrity Apprentice 1.5/4 4.69
ABC Red Widow (10:01-11PM) 1.0/3 4.08
10:30 CBS The Mentalist - R (10:41-11:41PM) 0.9/3 5.80

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Nielsen TV Ratings: ©2013 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.

 
  • DW

    i still believe that if ABC asked the other networks not to air programming at 9 on Sunday , revenge would do better. :)

  • Nick

    The Good Wife didn’t actually do that bad.

  • Rebecca

    That Peanuts/Charlie Brown special was actually two shows (the “All Stars” baseball themed one began on the half hour) but maybe it’s all packaged into one show anyway – I don’t know how it appears on the dvd.

  • Robsten_Fan

    Ouch for Revenge… :(

  • s0303

    tgw did as well as revenge despite starting 41 minutes late…not bad.

  • Holly

    @DW,

    i still believe that if ABC asked the other networks not to air programming at 9 on Sunday , revenge would do better.

    HA

  • Jordan

    @Nick

    Agreed, considering it was Easter Sunday. It has been steady, albeit not demographically great. It has an intellectual yet older audience which enjoys the program.

    I just hope they move it back to Tuesdays at 10pm next year. Since it moved to Sunday, Unforgettable, Golden Boy, and Vegas have crashed in their first seasons. CBS had a winner when they premiered TGW there.

  • Lukes

    Considering all that was happening at 9 p.m., Revenge was not so bad.

  • bjssp

    I’d like NBC to explore scripted programming next season once football is over, but for now, there was only so much programming it could put here. The decision to repeat The Voice looks pretty good, at least right now. Nobody would have expected it to do gangbuster numbers, but it’s up .2-.4 compared to where other shows were, if memory serves correctly, and at no additional cost. If these 1.1-like numbers keep up, it might be a big help to propel NBC into second for the season.

  • Dan

    @Holly – Well apparently NBC and FOX listened when ABC asked nicely not to air new programming, but CBS slammed the door in their face. :)

    Glad CBS renewed The Mentalist and The Good Wife. Now fans can breathe a sigh of relief and not sweat it out until May. Next season will likely be the final season for those 2. My guess as to why those two were saved was because of CBS’s lack of drama success this season. Last season CBS had 1 successful new drama (Person of Interest) so one veteran was cancelled (CSI Miami). This year they only have 1 successful new drama so one veteran will be cancelled (CSI NY) and Good Wife and Mentalist are saved. Those two will probably be cancelled still next season but it will still depend on CBS’s drama successes.

    In terms of Revenge, it will still be renewed, ABC has had no success this year with dramas therefore Nashville will be the save face renewal, always stable and consistent Castle will be renewed and both Once Upon a Time & Revenge are safe.

  • Nick

    @Jordan

    Yes, it does have a steady audience. It’s not as big a flop as the commenters here make it out to be. However, I don’t think it would be a good idea to have TGW on Tuesdays at 10 pm. It barely scraped by there in its first season, and that slot is to valuable. It seems to have found its niche on Sundays, and I doubt anything else will do better there. Anyway, it’s obvious that NCIS: Red will be getting the Tuesday at 10 slot, regardless of whether I think it’s the right choice.

  • Jordan

    @Nick

    From what I remember it did great! The last 6 episodes of season one had a 2.3, 2.2, 2.4, 2.4, 2.3, and 2.0 and always more than 12 million viewers except for the finale. Before that, nothing below a 2.6.

    Season two held its own as well, anywhere between 10 to 12 million viewers. Now look at what has happened on Sundays. Season 3 had a significant drop in the demo and viewers and even worse in season 4.

    Just the way that I see the numbers. ;) it did leaps and bounds better than anything else that has tried filling its spot.

  • rob60990

    lol at the idiots stating The Good Wife did good and Revenge did terrible. TGW had a lead-in 4x higher and the best it can do it tie Revenge. What a pathetic flop that never should have been renewed after its 2nd season.

  • Ultima

    @Rebecca
    That Peanuts/Charlie Brown special was actually two shows (the “All Stars” baseball themed one began on the half hour) but maybe it’s all packaged into one show anyway

    It’s common for a network to bundle either shorts or an entire other animated special with the first one to fill out the hour and have the full hour be rated a single special under the primary show’s title.

  • MichaelChickless

    A repeat Mentalist did about as well as well as Red widow, playing even later in the night.

  • Ultima

    @rob60990
    lol at the idiots stating The Good Wife did good and Revenge did terrible. TGW had a lead-in 4x higher and the best it can do it tie Revenge. What a pathetic flop that never should have been renewed after its 2nd season.

    The Good Wife will air over 100 episodes and is presumably at least reasonably profitable for CBS. Calling it a flop is ridiculous.

    Maybe you’re the idiot people should be laughing at?

  • heba

    I think that revenge will be renewed but if it keeps up with the convulted storylinrs next season it will keep dropping and that season will be the last for revenge. The writers really need to turn things around and just get back to the basics

  • Nick

    @Jordan

    My mistake, I was remembering season 2, which didn’t do quite as well. In regards to the 2.0+ numbers, unfortunately, you have to adjust for the decrease in overall broadcast numbers, and with 8-10% decreases a year, if it stayed there, it would be at around 1.5. That’s exactly what it’s doing here, and around where Vegas and Golden Boy are doing. I doubt moving to Tuesdays would improve TGW or the timeslot.

  • A true tv fan since 1986

    I seriously think that ABC needs to put Revenge back on Wednesdays where it started last season. Putting it on Sundays was one of the most stupidest things ABC has done.

  • THE OLD MAN

    @ Ultima

    There was an aritcle in EW 11/2/2012 about TGW titled “TV’s Hottest Guest Gig” that practically spelled out the financial aspects of the show. If you can get your mits on it (I have no doubt whatsoever that you will) it will surely back up your statement.

    TGW has now not only become the(e) show to watch, but also the show to follow! HAVE FUN!!

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