TV Ratings Report: Hooked Up

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Once Upon a Time gladly hopped aboard a famous pirate ship last night, as the introduction of Captain Hook helped this ABC favorite jump 10 percent in both the overall ratings and in the 18-49-year old demographic.

The fantasy-based drama also provided a nice springboard for the network overall, as both Revenge and 666 Park Avenue enjoyed upticks...

Henry and Red

8 p.m.
Once Upon a Time: 9.7 million viewers
60 Minutes: 15.6 million
Football Night in America: 12.4 million

9 p.m.
Revenge: 8.7 million
The Amazing Race: 9.4 million

10 p.m.
The Good Wife: 10 million
666 Park Avenue: 4.9 million

NOTE: The CBS schedule was delayed 57 minutes due to football, meaning numbers are likely to be adjusted before the day is over.

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Go Once Upon A Time and The Good Wife!


@Keith Vlasak: That is correct on the 11pm start time. Have no worries at all about The Mentalist, however. It is not going anywhere.


Question ... Because the Mentalist didn't start until like 10:55 PM, does that mean it gets left off prime time ratings? I worry about how my favorite show might fare on Sundays late with the irregular starting times ... and always look for your Sunday ratings report to check!