Fox Sunday animation line-up hit with Teen and 18-34

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FOX aired its ANIMATION DOMINATION block last night and ranked No. 2 for the night among Adults 18-49 and Adults 18-34 and No. 1 among Teens.


At 8p week two of THE SIMPSONS featuring special guest voice Mark Zuckerberg posted a 4.1/11 among Adults 18-49, up +11% versus last week’s premiere (3.7/10). 

THE CLEVELAND SHOW at 8:30p delivered a 3.1/8 among Adults 18-49, same as last week.

Airing from 9-9:30p FAMILY GUY posted a 3.9/9 among Adults 18-49, down -13% from last week’s one-hour opener (4.5/11).  .

The season premiere of AMERICAN DAD at 9:30p delivered a 2.9/7 among Adults 18-49, down -19% compared to its premiere last year (3.6/9 on 9/27/09), but up +7% versus its 09/10 season average (2.7/7). 

Competition
Following the season premiere of America’s Funniest Home Videos (1.8/5), ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (2.5/7), Desperate Housewives (4.3/10), and Brothers & Sisters (3.0/8) were all in line with their performances one week ago.

Following 60 Minutes (2.1/6), CBS’s The Amazing Race (3.3/9) fell -13% from last week’s premiere (3.8/9). At 9p, week two of Undercover Boss posted a 4.0/9 up +5% week over week, while the season premiere of CSI: Miami closed the night at a 3.2/8 at 10p, down -26% from its Monday debut last season (4.3/12 on 9/21/09).

Due to the nature of live sports, Fast Nationals for NBC are approximate. In addition, note that NBC’s 7p NFL Pre-Game will be sustained by Nielsen. Following Football Night In America at 7p (2.0/6), 730p (3.1/9) and 8p (5.3/14), NBC’s Sunday Night Football Game 4: Chicago Bears vs. New York Giants posted a 7.1/17 from 830-11p, up from last year’s Sunday Night week four matchup (SDG Chargers vs. PIT Steelers), which delivered a 6.2/15 from 8:30-11p in the Fast Nationals before rising to an 7.4/19 from 8:31-11:10p in the Finals.

Live+Same Day Nielsen Ratings

(source; FOX)


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