Primetime Ratings: NBC Wins With 'Sunday Night Football'; AMAs Steady on ABC

'Allen Gregory' slips; 'The Cleveland Show' returns down
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NBC easily won Sunday night as the Eagles and Giants battled
it out for a preliminary 6.7 in the 18-49 demo (due to the live nature of
sports, ratings are approximate and subject to higher than normal adjustments).
Earlier, Football Night in America garnered a
3.6. The network ended with an overall 5.5 rating/13 share.

ABC aired the two-hour live 2011 American Music Awards,
posting an overall 3.5/9, putting the network in second place. The awards
earned a 4.3, steady with last year's edition, but still the AMAs' lowest-rated
telecast ever. At 7 p.m., ABC aired Countdown
to the American Music Awards,
which earned a 1.3.

CBS was third with an overall 2.8/7. The Amazing Race was up 7% to a 2.9, while The Good Wife grew a tenth to a 2.1. At 10 p.m., CSI: Miami fell 14% to a 1.8.

Fox's Animation Domination started at 7:30 p.m. with The Cleveland Show, down 25% from its
last original on Oct. 30, to a 1.8. The
Simpsons
slipped 21% to a 2.7, while Allen
Gregory
fell just a tenth to a 1.9. Both Family Guy and American Dad were
steady at a 3.1 and 2.4, respectively.

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