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.