TV Ratings Sunday: FOX Repeats Top 'Women's Concert for Change' on Slow Sunday

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June 3rd, 2013


Adults 18-49: Rating/Share 1.3/4 0.8/2 0.8/2 0.7/2 0.6/2
Adults 18-34: Rating/Share  1.4/5 0.5/2 0.6/2 0.5/2 0.4/1
Total Viewers (million) 2.872 5.334 2.141 2.728 2.871


 FOX was number one among adults 18-49, but CBS led with total viewers.                                                                                   

On NBC, The Women's Concert for Change: Live from London scored a 0.8 adults 18-49 rating from 9-11 PM.

Om CBS, 60 Minutes earned a 1.0, down three tenths from its last original's 1.3 adults 18-49 rating.

All other programs were repeats.

Broadcast primetime ratings for Sunday, June 2, 2013:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
7:00 PM ABC America's Funniest Home Videos -R 1.0 4 2.00
CBS 60 Minutes 1.0 4 8.37
FOX The Cleveland Show -R 0.7 3 1.79
NBC The Voice -R (7-9PM) 0.6 2  2.47
7:30 PM FOX American Dad -R 0.9 3 2.04
8:00 PM FOX The Simpsons -R 1.4 5 3.24
CBS The American Baking Competition -R 0.9 3 4.86
ABC The Bachelorette -R (8-10PM) 0.5 1 2.11
8:30 PM FOX Bob's Burgers -R 1.3 4 2.92
9:00PM FOX Family Guy -R 1.7 5 3.08
NBC Women's Concert for Change: Live From London (9-11PM) 0.8 2 2.98
CBS The Good Wife -R 0.5 1 3.69
9:30PM FOX Family Guy -R 1.8 5 3.64
10:00 PM CBS The Mentalist -R 0.7 2 4.42
ABC Motive -R 0.5 1 2.24

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  • Eric

    Networks are so boring once the season ends. Can’t wait for Game of Thrones and The Killig ratings.

  • CBSviewer

    Go The Simpsons !!!
    CBS should move The American Baking Competition to Sunday. A repeat scored a 0.9 on Sunday and the premiere only a 1.0 on Wednesday.

  • John A

    The Cartoons repeat well for Fox.

  • Samunto

    The Baking repeat averaged almost matched the premiere ratings.

  • MichaelChickless

    What a snoozefest!

  • DD

    TM, even though at a worse time slot, always outperforms TGW.

  • scfyi

    I think the networks have stopped trying. These ratings are brutal for a Sunday.

  • rob60990

    Women’s Concert for Change? Is this the 1920s?


    Womens Concert for Change? Last I checked Women are doing pretty damn well for themselves. They have the same amount of respect as men.

  • Christian


    LMAO! Good one…

  • FLOP Detector

    The FLOP Wife

  • 3terms4obama

    When one of the two parties in our system thinks rape can’t result in pregnancies and the “pro-woman” party denies teens birth control for political reasons, it’s clear that there probably does need to be Women’s Concert for Change.

  • Really America?

    Not to get political, but to say that there aren’t problems facing women globally is very ignorant. No, it’s not 1920’s, it’s 2013 and it exists both domestically and internationally. Look up the police reports for Sex Trafficking Los Angeles (it’s public record and easy to find), and you’ll see the problem.

  • Ultima

    I think the networks have stopped trying.


    When people only look at a single night’s ratings instead of the big picture, they tend to make ridiculous conclusions like this.

    With the exception of FOX (which does just fine with Animation Domination repeats), the other three networks all have sports or event programming in the next couple of weeks, so it would have been counterproductive to start their Sunday summer programming this week.

  • KarenM

    *Yawn* I read a book.

  • Ultima

    @Mucking Foron
    When one of the two parties in our system thinks rape can’t result in pregnancies

    Why do people try to apply one idiot’s views as the platform for an entire party? Using this same logic, then the other political party believes that post-birth abortion is acceptable and that islands can literally tip over…


  • Patrick Ausgewahlt

    Why are the repeating American Dad! at 6:30? Last time they tried that it did NOT work out well. Yes, a repeat of it would not do as well as a second repeat of Family Guy, but it has it’s own loyal audience outside of Family Guy. If they’re going the double repeat Family Guy thing I say moved American Dad! up and hour and Bob’s Burger’s down one. They know that Family Guy, The Simpsons, and American Dad! can perform well by themselves, but they do not know how Bob’s Burgers will do without the Simpsons

  • Melissa

    Is it September yet?

  • KarenM

    Who’s more overexposed? Beyonce or Angelina Jolie…definitely a tossup!

  • Ultima

    @Patrick Asgewahlt
    Why are the repeating American Dad! at 6:30?

    So that they can double up on Family Guy.

    It’s only for a few weeks; in July, they’ll be doubling up The Simpsons at 7:30 and 8:00, with American Dad back at 9:30.

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