Ratings: Once Upon a Time Ticks Down Entering 3-Month Hiatus

Once Upon a Time Ratings

The winter finale of ABC’s Once Upon a Time on Sunday night drew 3.25 million total viewers and a 0.9 rating, ticking down on both counts to its second-smallest audience ever while matching its all-time demo low. TVLine readers gave the episode an average grade of “B-.”

Leading out of that, Secrets and Lies‘ two-hour sophomore finale averaged 3.4 mil and a 0.7 (with an “A-” grade), up 21 percent in viewers while steady in the demo. Its second hour drew 3.5 mil, its third-largest Season 2 audience.

Over on NBC, Sunday Night Football (14.8 mil/5.1) slipped 13 percent from last week’s fast nationals.

Among Sunday’s scripted fare, Fox’s The Simpsons (5.9 mil/2.4) drew the highest rating, while CBS’ Bull repeat (7.5 mil/0.9) delivered the largest audience.

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