Ratings: ‘Cleveland Show,’ ‘Family Guy’ Show Animated Growth

“Detroit 187,” “Secret Millionaire” experience viewership dips

Fox experienced a ratings toon-up on Sunday night thanks to its Animation Domination block of programming, with "The Cleveland Show" and "Family Guy" winning their time slots in the 18-49 demographic, and relative newcomer "Bob's Burgers" making modest gains, according to preliminary numbers.

A "Simpsons" rerun at 8 netted a 2.0 rating/6 share in the adults 18-49 demographic for Fox, with 4.65 million viewers. "Bob's Burgers" at 8:30 pulled a 2.26 in the demo — a 10 percent increase over its previous airing — and 44 million total viewers. "Family Guy" pulled in a 3.4/9 in the demo at 9, up 10 percent from its last airing of a new episode on March 6, and a total viewership of 6.6 million. "The Cleveland Show" grabbed a 13 percent ratings increase in the demo over last week, with a 2.7/7 and a total viewership of 5.5 million.

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CBS's primetime schedule was skewed by overrun from the NCAA championships, causing spillover across time slots. At 8, "60 Minutes" and "The Amazing Race" combined to draw a 2.4/7 in the demo and 11 million total viewers, while the 8:30 continuation of "The Amazing Race" pulled a 2.7/7 with 9.7 million viewers.

"The Amazing Race" continuation and "Undercover Boss," at 9, drew a 2.7/7 in the 18-49 demo, with 10.7 million total viewers; "Undercover Boss," at 9:30, also captured a 2.7/7 share in the demo, but garnered 11 million total viewers. The remainder of "Undercover Boss," combined with the start of "CSI: Miami," pulled a 3.0/8 in the demo, with 12.3 million total viewers, and "CSI: Miami" in the 10:30 slot drew a 2.5/7 in the demo, with 10.6 milllion viewers.

ABC's "Secret Millionaire," at 8, grabbed a 2.4/7 in the demo, with 10.2 million viewers. The following hour, "Shark Tank" took a 1.9/5 in the demo, with 6.2 million viewers, while the season finale — and possibly series finale — of "Detroit 187" managed a 1.1/3 with 4.7 million total viewers. That represents a drop from its last telecast on March 15, when the show drew a 1.2/4 with adults 18-49, and 5.6 million total viewers.

At NBC, "America's Next Great Restaurant" at 8 found a 1.2/4 in the 18-49 demo, while "Celebrity Apprentice," from 9-11, took in a 2.8/7, with 8 million total viewers.