The Sunday TV ratings for November 8th are in; here are some of the highlights:
- Surprise, surprise, the NFL topped everything last night on NBC, beginning in the 8:30 time slot, coming in with a tremendous 7.6 in the key demo, roping in a massive audience of a little over 21 million viewers in total.
- Meanwhile, in the 8 p.m. slot, The Simpsons came in with 1.5 in the key demo, with some 3.5 million viewers on Fox, and Once Upon a Time, on ABC, took in 1.5 as well, with 4.8 million viewers in the same time slot.
Beyond the big game, the 8:30 slot was taken by Madame Secretary on CBS, with a 1.4 in the key demos and some 10.5 million viewers in total, while Fox’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine remained flat with a 1.2 in the demo and 2.6 million viewers overall.
- Things got much more interesting in the 9 p.m. slot, mostly due to the fact that Family Guy dropped to its series low, with a paltry (for this show, anyhow) 1.1 in the demo and 2.5 million viewers. Elsewhere, on ABC, Blood & Oil grabbed a 0.8 and roped in 3.3 million viewers.
- In the 9:30 slot, The Good Wife nabbed 1.1 in the key demos on CBS, with 8.1 million viewers in total, while The Last Man on Earth stayed even with last week to grab a 1.0 in the demo and 2.5 million viewers.
- Finally, at 10 p.m., Quantico saw gains to hit a 1.3 in the demo, bringing in 4.3 million viewers for the ABC drama, while, at 10:30, CSI: Cyber brought in a 0.8 in the key demos and 5.6 million viewers in total for CBS.