Ratings: Good Wife Steady, Red Widow Dips, Family Guy Drops But Again Tops Sunday

Ratings Good Wife Red WidowThe Daylight Savings Effect doldrums — and maybe more than a dash of Bible/Walking Dead competition — found a total of zero Sunday shows enjoying demo gains this week.

Starting with ABC: Once Upon a Time — with 7.23 million total viewers and a 2.2 rating — was on par with its week-ago prelim numbers but down a tenth in the demo from the adjusted finals. (The network notes that Once is now enjoying 52 percent demo gains with Live+7 DVR playback versus 39 percent a year ago.) Revenge followed with 6.5 mil/1.8 (down 7 percent and two tenths), while Red Widow (4.4 mil/1.0) dropped 18 percent and a tenth.

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CBS’ The Amazing Race (8.8 mil/2.2) tied Once for the 8 o’clock demo win while slipping 5 percent and two tenths. The Good Wife was steady with 9 mil/1.5 and The Mentalist (9.8 mil/1.6) added a handful of viewers while dipping a tenth in the demo.

NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice (5.46 mil/1.8) ticked up 8 percent in total audience but was flat in the demo.

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Of Fox’s animated fare, the 7:30 Cleveland Show (2.84 mil/1.2) fell well below the week-ago American Dad; The Simpsons (4.84 mil/2.1) dipped a tenth; the 8:30 Cleveland Show (4 mil/1.8) was flat week-to-week; Family Guy (4.9 mil/2.3) dropped 15 percent in the demo yet still led all network programming; and Bob’s Burgers (3.52 mil/1.6) was down 9 percent and two tenths.

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