TV ratings: 'Celebrity Apprentice' up a little on another soft Sunday

all-star-apprentice-march-17-ratings.JPGFast National ratings for Sunday, March 17, 2013

For the third straight Sunday, none of the broadcast networks managed to get above a 2.0 rating among adults 18-49. Most shows were either flat or down from last week, with "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" being one of the few exceptions. It was up slightly in both viewers and the 18-49 demographic.

Elsewhere, ABC's "Once Upon a Time" was even with last week, but "Revenge" fell a little. "Family Guy" was again the night's leader among the 18-49 demo but was down from last week. "The Good Wife" and "The Mentalist" were flat for CBS in the demo (although "The Mentalist" was up a little in total viewers), and "The Amazing Race" slipped slightly.

Sunday hour by hour:

7 p.m.

CBS: "60 Minutes" (10.1 million viewers, 6.4/11 households)
ABC: "America's Funniest Home Videos" rerun (6.2 million, 3.5/6)
NBC: "Dateline" (4.9 million, 3.2/6)
FOX: "Bob's Burgers" rerun (1.8 million, 1.1/2)/"The Cleveland Show" (2.8 million, 1.6/3)

18-49 leader: "60 Minutes" (1.6)

8 p.m.

CBS: "The Amazing Race" (8.8 million, 5.3/8)
ABC: "Once Upon a Time" (7.2 million, 4.2/7)
NBC: "Dateline" (6.2 million, 4.1/7)
FOX: "The Simpsons" (4.8 million, 2.5/4)/"The Cleveland Show" (4 million, 2.2/3)

18-49 leader: "The Amazing Race" and "Once Upon a Time" tied at 2.2

9 p.m.

CBS: "The Good Wife" (9 million, 6.0/9)
ABC: "Revenge" (6.45 million, 4.1/6)
NBC: "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" (5.2 million, 3.3/5)
FOX: "Family Guy" (4.9 million, 2.8/4)/"Bob's Burgers" (3.5 million, 2.0/3)

18-49 leader: "Family Guy" (2.3)

10 p.m.

CBS: "The Mentalist" (9.8 million, 6.3/10)
NBC: "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" (5.7 million, 3.8/6)
ABC: "Red Widow" (4.4 million, 2.9/5)

18-49 leader: "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" (1.9)

Ratings information includes live and same-day DVR viewing. All numbers are preliminary and subject to change. Source: The Nielsen Company.

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