Sunday TV Ratings: ABC’s “Once Upon a Time”strong in Week 2, Fox’s “Allen Gregory” series premiere off to a slow start

NBC took the night with its coverage of the Philadelphia Eagles/Dallas Cowboys 34-7 blowout on Football Night in America (15.14 million viewers, A18-49: 5.9).

CBS finished second with the afternoon NFL Overrun (27.92 million viewers, A18-49: 9.1), followed by new episodes of 60 Minutes (18.26 million viewers, A18-49: 4.2), The Amazing Race (10.94 million viewers, A18-49: 2.9), The Good Wife (10.19 million viewers, A18-49: 2.0), and CSI: Miami (9.47 million viewers, A18-49: 2.0).

ABC finished third, but still had reason to celebrate with a repeat of last weeks premiere of Once Upon a Time (5.20 million viewers, A18-49), the second episode of Once Upon a Time (11.64 million viewers, A18-49: 3.9) – which held on to nearly its entire audience from last week, Desperate Housewives (9.28 million viewers, A18-49: 3.1), and Pan Am (5.59 million viewers, A18-49: 1.9).

Fox offered up a mix of its Sunday night animated programs. At 7p.m., a repeat of The Cleveland Show (4.84 million viewers, A18-49: 1.9), a repeat of The Simpsons at 7:30p.m. (5.41 million viewers, A18-49: 2.5), a new episode of the annual The Simpsons “Treehouse of Horror” Halloween special (8.01 million viewers, A18-49: 4.0) – up a whopping 33% vs. last year, a slow start for the series premiere of Allen Gregory, which didn’t benefit from The Simpsons‘ huge lead-in (4.74 million viewers, A18-49: 2.4), a new episode of Family Guy (5.97 million viewers, A18-49: 3.2), and finally, a special episode of The Cleveland Show (4.63 million viewers, A18-49: 2.3).

All information is from The Futon Critic

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