As the Thanksgiving holiday weekend came to a close, the majority of broadcast shows saw ratings decline last night. FAMILY GUY was the highest rated program of the night among Teens and the highest rated entertainment program of the night in Adults 18-34.
Note: Due to live sports, ratings for FOX are approximate from 7-8pm:
CLEVELAND / NFL Over-run (R): 3.3/9
CLEVELAND: 1.9/5, up+ 6% from last week’s time period premiere
THE SIMPSONS: 2.6/6, down one tenth (-4%) from last week
ALLEN GREGORY: 1.5/3, down -21%
FAMILY GUY: 2.8/6, down -13%
AMERICAN DAD: 2.2/5, down -8%
FOX ranked third last night among Adults 18-49 and #2 in Adults 18-34 and Teens.
Following an above-average America’s Funniest Home Videos (1.8/4, up +6% from two weeks ago), new ABC drama Once Upon a Time (3.4/8) dropped -11% and delivered its lowest performance to date. The Hallmark Hall of Fame movie Mitch Albom’s Have a Little Faith finished the night at a 1.1/2, down -48% from movie “November Christmas” on the same night last year.
Following an NFL overrun from 7-7:55p, CBS aired 60 Minutes (3.6/8, up +24%), The Amazing Race (2.4/5, down -14%), and a repeat Person of Interest (1.5/4). Due to live sports, ratings for CBS are approximate.
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 (1.9/5), 730p (2.7/7) and 8p (4.7/11), NBC’s Sunday Night Football Game 12: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs posted a 6.7/15 from 8:30-11p, about even with last week’s Sunday night matchup (Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants), which delivered a 6.6/15 from 8:30-11p in the Fast Nationals before rising to a 7.6/18 from 8:32-11:30p in the Finals.