Fox wins Sunday race

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Fox won total viewers and the key adult demos Sunday night with a National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing
event, King of the Hill, The Simpsons, Malcolm in the
Middle
and Oliver Beene.

The older-skewing CBS was first in households, third in adults 25-54 and
fourth in adults 18-49 with 60 Minutes, Becker, Charlie
Lawrence
and part one of miniseries Guilty Hearts.

NBC was second in households and key demos with Arena Football League coverage,
Dateline, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Crime
& Punishment
.

ABC was third in adults 18-34 and 18-49 and fourth in households with the
movie 101 Dalmatians, Alias and The Practice.

For the night, the Nielsen Media Research fast affiliate ratings, households: CBS 5.6
rating/10 share, NBC 4.8/9, Fox 4.5/8 and ABC 3.1/6.

Adults 18-49: Fox 3.4/11, NBC 2.4/8, ABC 1.5/5 and CBS 1.4/5.

In the Nielsen local metered markets, The WB Television Network averaged a 2.1/3 with Gilmore
Girls: Beginnings
, Charmed and Boarding House: North
Shore
.

On Saturday, Fox (Cops and America's Most Wanted) and NBC
(Child Stars and Cosby Retrospective specials) tied among adults
18-49.

CBS won households with The Price Is Right, The District and The
Agency
.

ABC was third with adults 18-49 with the movie Amistad.

On Friday, ABC won adults 18-49 with America's Funniest Home
Videos
, Whose Line Is It Anyway and 20/20.

NBC won total viewers with Crossing Jordan, Dateline and Law
& Order: Special Victims Unit.

Fox was the only "Big Four" network to crack a 2.0 rating among adults 18-34, and it
did so with two episodes of Fastlane.

CBS was fourth in the key adult demos and third in households with Baby
Bob
, Yes Dear, Hack and 48 Hours Mysteries.

In the local metered markets, The WB scored a 3.0/5 (household) with its
Reba-anchored comedy block, while UPN did a 2.0/4 with the movie Live
and Let Die
.

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