"2 Broke Girls," "CSI" among returning shows
"Amazing Race" season send-off drops 21 percent from last year, tying a low for finales
Fox's animated slate grows across the board while "Sunday Night Football" rules
American Music Awards slide 21 percent from last year
Chicago-Houston NFL game down slightly from last week but still takes top ratings and biggest audience of the night
"Simpsons," "Family Guy" and other Animation Domination entries slide after four-week hiatus
"Sunday Night Football" inches up from last week, while "60 Minutes" plunges and "The Good Wife" dips
CBS's "The Mentalist" jumps 25 percent
"Grey's Anatomy," "Missing" and "Scandal" finales grow double digits in key demo
Fox takes a narrow win in key demo, while CBS draws the largest audience
"The Office" hits a series low
"Big Bang Theory" and "Idol" run essentially even, with "Bang" taking a time-slot and viewership victory
Spanish-language network Univision takes second place
NBC's night marked by lows, but "Grimm" gives network a time slot boost
'Big Bang Theory' takes another ratings win, while NBC's night runs flat to down
NBC improves, with "Community" jumping 21 percent
"Charlie's Angels" revamp tumbles 8 percent after cancellation
"The Office" also slips to a 6-year low
Hoops beat out hoofing in last night's race for viewers
Show unsurprisingly down from Steve Carell's highly rated farewell
Former "Mad About You" star's latest venture follows up its rough start with a decline in the ratings
Delayed viewership gains a bigger influence as more fans choose to watch what they want, when they want
Bad news for the peacock while Fox's talent competition continues to sing, despite a drop.
Suddenly, there's all sorts of news from the syndication marketplace.
Repeats of CBS sophomore drama will be available on cable channel starting in 2012.
The network's fall season starts with "Survivor: Samoa" on Sept. 17.
Network moves hit "The Mentalist" to Thursday night; "Medium" comes over from NBC.
After winning the total viewership for the 12th consecutive week, CBS is now the first major broadcast network in the black since premiere week.