Sunday, March 31, 2013 ratings — New episodes: 60 Minutes, The Amazing Race, The Good Wife, The Celebrity Apprentice, Revenge, and Red Widow. Sports: NCAA Basketball overrun. Specials: It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown (rerun). Episode reruns: The Mentalist, Once Upon a Time, The Voice, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, American Dad, The Cleveland Show, and The Simpsons.
7pm – It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown: (special, rerun) 0.6 in the demo with 2.53 million.
8pm – Once Upon a Time: (rerun) 0.6 in the demo with 2.50 million.
9pm – Revenge: 1.5 in the demo (-17% change) with 5.42 million.
10pm – Red Widow: 1.0 in the demo (-17% change) with 4.12 million.
CBS *Basketball coverage overran into primetime by 50 minutes.
7pm – NCAA Basketball: (overrun) 5.1 in the demo with 17.89 million.
7:30pm – NCAA Basketball/60 Minutes: 3.3 in the demo with 13.44 million.
8pm – 60 Minutes: 2.6 in the demo with 11.48 million.
8:30pm – 60 Minutes/The Amazing Race: 2.2 in the demo with 9.50 million.
9pm – The Amazing Race: 2.1 in the demo with 9.35 million.
9:30pm – The Amazing Race/The Good Wife: 1.7 in the demo with 8.32 million.
10pm – The Good Wife: 1.5 in the demo with 8.58 million.
10:30pm – The Good Wife/The Mentalist: (rerun) 1.1 in the demo with 6.80 million.
7pm – Bob’s Burgers: (rerun) 0.6 in the demo with 1.59 million.
7:30pm – The Cleveland Show: (rerun) 0.8 in the demo with 2.06 million.
8pm – The Simpsons: (rerun) 1.3 in the demo with 3.06 million.
8:30pm – Bob’s Burgers: (rerun) 1.2 in the demo with 2.55 million.
9pm – Family Guy: (rerun) 1.3 in the demo with 3.01 million.
8:30pm – American Dad!: (rerun) 1.3 in the demo with 2.98 million.
7pm –The Voice: (rerun) 1.1 in the demo with 4.26X million.
9pm –The Voice: (rerun) 1.5 in the demo with 5.28 million.
10pm – The Celebrity Apprentice: 1.4 in the demo (-13% change) with 4.57 million.
These are the fast affiliate ratings. The “demo” refers to the viewers in the 18-49 demographic. The percentages represent the change since the previous original episode. (Percentages aren’t given for reruns or specials.) “Millions” refers to the total number of viewers.
To see past ratings for a particular show, click the show’s link. The show pages are updated with the daily final ratings when they become available. Those pages include percentage changes in both the demo and total viewership, in addition to season averages to date.
What were you watching last night? Original network episodes, reruns, cable, or something else?