Sunday Ratings: On-the-Bubble Equalizer Returns Low After Multi-Week Break

CBS’ Tracker this week was Sunday’s most-watched TV program, while ABC’s AFV and American Idol tied for the nightly demo win.

CBS | Leading out of 60 Minutes (which drew 7.05 million viewers and a 0.4 demo rating), the yet-to-be-renewed The Equalizer returned from a multi-week break to 6 mil and a 0.4, hitting and matching at least season lows. Tracker (7.6 mil/0.4) was down from last week’s best-since-premiere outing, and the freshly cancelled CSI: Vegas (4.1 mil/0.3) dropped some eyeballs, matching a season low.

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ABC | AFV (4.4 mil/0.5) dipped from its last outing, American Idol (5.1 mil/0.5) added eyeballs week-to-week, and What Would You Do? (2.3 mil/0.2) also was up in audience.

FOX | The Simpsons drew 974K/0.3, followed by Krapopolis‘ 663K/0.2, The Great North‘s 591K/0.2 and Grimsburg‘s 544K/0.2.

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