Sunday Final Nationals: AFC Championship Game and ‘Scorpion’ Dominate for CBS

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CBS was the clear winner on Sunday night, thanks to the AFC Championship Game and a special episode of freshman drama “Scorpion”. The New England Patriots not only dominated the game with a 45-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts but also dominated prime time. However, the AFC title game was down 18 percent in total viewers from the year-ago CBS game (51.3 million for New England-Denver) and down 12 percent from the 2013 AFC Championship, also on CBS in prime time (47.7 million for Baltimore-New England).

In the late afternoon, an average of 49.8 million viewers watched the NFC Championship on Fox. As the wild Green Bay-Seattle matchup headed into overtime, viewership peaked at 60.5 million. Comparatively, it was 11 percent below the year-ago NFC title audience (55.9 million for San Francisco-Seattle) but 19 percent above the 2013 edition (42.0 million for San Francisco-Atlanta).

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Sunday, January 18, 2015
ABC PROGRAM HH/SHR VWRS(000) A18-34 A18-49 A25-54
7:00 America’s Funniest Home Videos 2.8/4 4800 0.6/2 0.9/3 1.2/3
8:00 Galavant 2.0/3 3415 0.7/2 0.9/2 1.1/2
9:01 Resurrection 2.2/3 3295 0.4/1 0.8/2 1.1/2
10:01 Revenge 2.8/5 4085 0.6/2 0.9/3 1.3/3
CBS PROGRAM HH/SHR VWRS(000) A18-34 A18-49 A25-54
6:51 AFC Championship Game: Indianapolis @ New England 22.5/35 42144 11.5/38 13.9/37 16.0/37
10:04 AFC Championship Post-Gun 15.2/25 27377 7.1/23 8.8/23 10.0/23
10:08 AFC Championship Post-Game 11.1/18 19445 5.0/17 6.2/17 7.1/17
10:28 Scorpion 7.3/13 12289 2.5/9 3.2/10 4.0/11
NBC PROGRAM HH/SHR VWRS(000) A18-34 A18-49 A25-54
7:00 Dateline NBC 2.7/4 4096 0.4/1 0.7/2 0.9/2
8:00 MOVIE: Bridesmaids (r) 2.1/3 3326 0.7/2 1.0/3 1.1/3
FOX PROGRAM HH/SHR VWRS(000) A18-34 A18-49 A25-54
6:40 NFC Championship-The OT 9.3/16 16280 4.2/16 5.5/16 6.3/16
7:06 Mulaney 2.1/3 3375 0.9/3 1.2/3 1.4/3
7:30 The Simpsons (r) 1.6/3 2572 0.7/3 1.0/3 1.2/3
7:59 The Simpsons (r) 1.8/3 3016 0.9/3 1.1/3 1.3/3
8:30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (r) 1.3/2 2188 0.8/2 0.9/2 1.0/2
9:00 Family Guy (r) 1.5/2 2514 0.9/3 1.1/3 1.2/3
9:30 Bob’s Burgers (r) 1.4/2 2376 0.8/3 1.0/2 1.1/2
UNI PROGRAM HH/SHR VWRS(000) A18-34 A18-49 A25-54
7:00 Aqui y Ahora 1.1/2 2039 0.8/2
8:00 Nuestra Belleza 1.7/3 3478 1.4/4
10:03 Sal y Pimienta 1.4/2 2615 1.0/3

Source: Live+Same Day data, Nielsen Media Research