CBS had the most-watched and highest-rated shows back-to-back on Sunday, winning the night outright as its Time Warner Cable blackout continued.
CBS was first in ratings with a 1.4 rating/4 share in the advertiser-desired 18-49 demographic and first in total viewers with an average of 6.9 million, according to preliminary numbers, despite being off the air in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas.
"60 Minutes" at 7 p.m. earned a 1.2/4 and 8.3 million viewers, making it the most-watched Sunday night program. At 8, "Big Brother" was the highest-rated show of the evening, with a 2.2/7 and 7.2 million viewers. "Unforgettable" at 9 received a 1.3/4 and 6.9 million viewers. A rerun followed.
ABC and Fox tied for second in ratings, each getting a 0.9/3. ABC was second in viewership with 3.8 million, Fox was fourth with 2.4 million.
In between repeats, ABC's "Secret Millionaire" at 8 earned a 1.0/3 and 4.6 million viewers, while "Whodunnit?" at 9 received a 1.1/3 and 3.3 million viewers.
For Fox, the "2013 Teen Choice Awards" at 8 followed reruns and earned a 0.9/3 and 2.6 million viewers. It did do well in its target teen market, earning a 2.8/11.
Univision was fourth in ratings with a 0.7/2 and fifth in total viewers with 2.1 million viewers.
NBC and Telemundo tied for fifth in ratings, both with a 0.6/2. NBC was third in viewers with 2.6 million. Telemundo was sixth in viewership with 1.3 million. For NBC, following repeats, "Crossing Lines" at 10 earned a 0.5/2 and 2.5 million viewers.