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Wednesday, November 30, 2016


7:00 America's Funniest Home Videos (Repeat)
Viewers: 5.6 million, 18-49 demo: 1.0
8:00 Once Upon a Time
Viewers: 3.3 million, 18-49 demo: 1.0
9:00 Secrets and Lies
Viewers: 2.8 million, 18-49 demo: 0.7
10:00 Quantico
Viewers: 2.3 million, 18-49 demo: 0.7

7:00 NFL Overrun
Viewers: 23.4 million, 18-49 demo: 6.5
7:49 60 Minutes
Viewers: 17.3 million, 18-49 demo: 2.8
8:49 NCIS: Los Angeles
Viewers: 11.4 million, 18-49 demo: 1.5
9:49 Madam Secretary
Viewers: 9.0 million, 18-49 demo: 1.0
10:49 Elementary
Viewers: 5.0 million, 18-49 demo: 0.7

7:00 Football Night in America
Viewers: 7.9 million, 18-49 demo: 2.5
8:30 Sunday Night Football
Viewers: 18.4 million, 18-49 demo: 6.2

7:00 Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas

Viewers: 2.2 million, 18-49 demo: 0.8
7:30 Bob's Burgers
Viewers: 2.4 million, 18-49 demo: 1.1
8:00 The Simpsons (Repeat)
Viewers: 2.6 million, 18-49 demo: 1.1
8:30 Son of Zorn (Repeat)
Viewers: 1.5 million, 18-49 demo: 0.7
9:00 Family Guy (Repeat)
Viewers: 1.8 million, 18-49 demo: 0.8
9:30 The Last Man on Earth (Repeat)
Viewers: 1.3 million, 18-49 demo: 0.5

On Sunday night, CBS had the NFL overrun for a second straight week and it went until 7:49pm on the east coast. 60 Minutes was up 2.4 million viewers and two tenths in the demo. NCIS: Los Angeles was up a million viewers and even in the demo. Madam Secretary was up half a million viewers and even in the demo. Elementary was even with last week. On NBC, an overtime Broncos-Chiefs game was on par with last week's game. Finally on ABC, Once Upon a Time was down a tenth in viewers but up a tenth in the demo. Secrets and Lies was down four tenths in viewers and even in the demo. Quantico closed out the night down half a million viewers and even in the demo. It will move to Mondays in January but it's probably too late for this show even though it will get The Bachelor as a lead-in. This should have happened a year ago when Quantico still had some buzz.


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