With not a single show getting a 2.0 rating among adults 18-49, Sunday was a relatively steady night on the Big 4. Topping the night again, Little Big Shots (1.8/9) helped lead NBC to a demo win with a 1.2/4 rating. CBS took the viewership top spot with 8.47 million tuning in.
Compared to last week, LBS declined 10% in the demo to end up where it was just a couple of weeks ago. With an audience of 10.63 million, the Steve Harvey-hosted show was down over the past two weeks and just a tad ahead of the 10.57 million its March 27 show pulled in. Still LBS was the top rated and most watched show of the night again. A double shot of Crowded at 9 PM (1.2/4) and in its regular 9:30 PM (1.0/3) slot was up a tenth from April 10’s The Carmichael Show and Crowded’s 9:30 PM of last week.
Ending the night for NBC, Dateline (1.2/4) was up 9% and won the 10 PM slot against a declining Quantico (1.0/4) and Elementary (0/7/2). The ABC drama was down 9% while the CBS offering stumbled 22% in the demo from its golf overrun pushed 10:30 – 11:30 PM slot of last week. Worth noting that Quantico, like 8 PM’s Once Upon a Time (1.1/4), both saw an adjustment of a tenth in the final numbers last week. In the early numbers, OUAT is down a tenth from last week’s final ratings. 9 PM’s The Family (0.8/2) was even with its April 10 show among the 18-49.
With no overrun from the Masters, CBS’s 60 Minutes (1.0/4) took a 38% demo drop from last week’s 7:30 – 8:30 PM show. Madam Secretary (0.9/3) was also down to the tune of 18% while nearly over The Good Wife (0.9/3) was the same as its last original of March 27.
Fox’s Bordertown (0.4/2) and Cooper Barrett’s Guide To Life (0.4/2) were both down a tenth from last week. Bob’s Burgers (1.0/3), a returning Family Guy (1.4/4) and The Last Man on Earth (1.1/3) were down 9, even with its last new show of March 13 and even with its April 10 show respectively. BTW – Family Guy was, if you haven’ figured it out, the top-rated scripted show of the night.