Ratings: Pan Am Flies Even Lower, Desperate Housewives Ties Series Low

ABC’s Pan Am continues to experience some turbulence on Sunday nights, this week dropping another 27 percent in the demo to a 1.9 rating, while boarding 6.42 million total passengers.

Leading into the retro freshman drama was Desperate Housewives (8.46 mil/2.7), which was down about 10 percent to match its all-time low performance with the coveted 18-49 crowd.

Now before you go summoning the Walker family, know that Pan Am is retaining the same percentage (~70) of Housewives‘ audience and demo rating as Brothers & Sisters did a year ago; it’s just working off of a smaller lead-in.

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A few other Sunday snippets:

* NBC Sunday Night Football this week tackled an audience of 19.5 million total viewers while scoring a 7.9 demo rating, up 3 percent week-to-week.

* CBS’ slate, all subject to tweaking due to 35-minute football overrun, shakes out a little something like this: 60 Minutes (13.7 mil/3.6) dropped 20 percent in audience from Andy Rooney’s well-watched swan song, but inched up in the demo. (Andy’s poker pals tuned out, maybe?) Amazing Race (9.6 mil/2.7) looks to be down double digits, while The Good Wife (9.9 mil/2.2) held steady in the demo. CSI: Miami (9.7 mil/2.0) slipped 17 percent.

What were you watching this Sunday night?