Ratings: Little Big Shots Dominates Sunday, Draws Nearly 15 Million

Little Big Shots Ratings

Little Big Shots is kinda huge.

NBC’s talented tykes showcase this Sunday drew 14.8 million total viewers and a 2.8 demo rating, more than doubling any other broadcast program. Versus its Tuesday sneak peek (which led out of The Voice), the show grew 14 percent in audience while off just a tenth in the demo.

NBC reports that LBS delivered the network’s most-watched regularly-scheduled Sunday night entertainment telecast (excluding post-Super Bowl shows) in more than a decade, since a March 2005 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (which drew 15.7 million).

Leading out of that, The Carmichael Show‘s time slot premiere did 5.6 mil/1.3, hitting series highs. Game Night (3.4 mil/0.9) however slipped 16 percent and two tenths from its last fresh outing.

Elsewhere in the ratings….

CBS | Leading out of a Scorpion rerun, the CSI: Cyber finale (6.4 mil/1.0) was up 12 percent and two tenths from its previous Sunday outing.

ABC | Once Upon a Time (4.3 mil/1.3), The Family (3.6 mil/0.8) and Quantico (3.9 mil/1.1) were all steady in the demo, while adding a few eyeballs each.

FOX | The Simpsons (3 mil/1.3), Cooper Barrett (2 mil/0.8) and Last Man on Earth (2.6 mil/1.1) were all steady, while Bob’s Burgers (2.3 mil/1.0) and Family Guy (2.6 mil/1.1) both ticked down.

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