‘Big Brother’ Tops Sunday Ratings As Game Shows Give ABC Overall Win

Kathryn Dunn and Analyse Talvera on "Big Brother". Monty Brinton/CBS

Sunday was fairly quiet with minor ratings ups and downs across the networks in primetime. It’s no surprise that despite dipping a tenth, Big Brother managed to win the night with a 1.0 in the adults 18-49 demographic to go along with 4.39 million viewers. Leading into the CBS reality series was 60 Minutes (0.6, 6.63M), which ticked up a tenth from last week and was the night’s most-watched program.

It was ABC that won the night, however, averaging 0.7 in the overall ratings with its game show lineup. Celebrity Family Feud was down a tenth (0.8, 5.58M), but $100,000 Pyramid (0.8, 4.87M) was up a tenth and To Tell The Truth held steady (0.6, 3.58M). ABC won Sunday in total viewers for the fourth week in a row and first place in adults 18-49 for a third week running.

NBC was populated with reruns Sunday night, but the peacock network aired coverage of the U.S. Track and Field Championships (0.3, 1.54M) at 8 PM.

Elsewhere, things held steady with the CBS dramas Instinct (0.3, 3.35M) and The Good Fight (0.2, 2.89M). On Fox, a new episode of What Just Happened??! With Fred Savage (0.2/730,000), which has been wavering since its premiere, stayed on par with last week.

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