‘SNF’ Tops Sunday TV Scores With Pittsburgh-Buffalo; Fox Animation Boosted – .

NBCs ruled Sunday night with the Pittsburgh-Buffalo game, which scored 3.9 among adults between 18 and 49 and 14.18 million viewers. The Bills’ 26:15 victory in the meeting of two top NFL teams was the tenth place game last week between Denver and Kansas City.

As with all live sporting events, Nielsen Live + Same Day dates will likely be adjusted in the final.

Fox’s Sunday animation block got its own boost from NFL overflow, with those final numbers having to be adjusted as well. As of now, preliminary fast partners The Simpsons (1.3, 2.84M) have doubled in the demo and some compared to last week. Bless the Harts (0.6, 1.91 million), Bob’s Burgers (0.6, 1.71 million) and Family Guy (0.7, 1.75 million) also won.

At CBS, 60 minutes (0.7, 8.84 million) stumbled over the past week. NCIS: Los Angeles (0.5, 5.87 million) stayed stable while a new episode of NCIS: New Orleans (0.4, 5.06 million) made a jump.

ABC’s Sunday line-up was consistently down, and Supermarket Sweep (0.5, 2.37 million) was down a tenth, while Who Wants to be a Millionaire? (0.3, 2.45 M) and card sharks (0.2, 1.72 M) coincided with the lows of the series.

The CW Pandora (0.0, 283.000) and Outpost (0.0, 264K) both hit the double goose egg in the demo.

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