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Ratings: 'Revenge,' 'Once Upon a Time,' 'Resurrection' and 'Madam Secretary' Up

Revenge's David Clarke (James Tupper). Photo Credit: ABC/Colleen Hayes
Opposite the highly-rated Sunday Night Football game (Ravens-Steelers) on NBC and another huge primetime NFL overrun on CBS (Broncos-Patriots), ABC beat its Sunday non-sports competition on Fox by 2.9 million viewers (+100% - 5.8 million vs. 2.9 million) and by 23% in Adults 18-49 (1.6/4 vs. 1.3/3). ABC's Once Upon A Time ranked as Sunday’s #1 scripted broadcast in Adults 18-49 (2.5/6). All 4 ABC Sunday series were up from their most recent airings, pushing the network up week to week by 29% in Total Viewers and by 23% in Adults 18-49. ABC's Once Upon A Time, Revenge and Resurrection ranked as the most social broadcast shows on Sunday, respectively.

At 8 p.m., Once Upon A Time was up from its week-ago airing in Total Viewers (+6% - 7.3 million vs. 6.9 million) and Adults 18-49 (+4% - 2.5/6 vs. 2.4/6). Once Upon A Time built on its year-ago telecast for the 6th consecutive week in Adults 18-49 (2.3/6 on 11/3/13) and season to date, the ABC drama is up 16% over the same point last year (3.6/10 vs. 3.1/9).

Resurrection built week to week by 11% in Total Viewers (4.9 million vs. 4.4 million) and by 17% in Adults 18-49 (1.4/3 vs. 1.2/3).

CBS' Madam Secretary was second to Sunday Night Football in viewers (12.80m, up from 11.71m), A18-49 (1.8, up +20% from 1.4) and A25-54 (2.9, +21% from 2.4). If ratings hold, this is the Madam Secretary' largest audience and highest A18-49 and A25-54 ratings since its series premiere.

During the 10 o'clock hour, Revenge grew week to week in viewers (+7% - 4.6 million vs. 4.3 million) and young adults (+9% - 1.2/3 vs. 1.1/3). In addition, Revenge continued to generate strong time period improvement for ABC (3.4 million and 1.0/3 on 11/3/13), boosting its hour year to year by 35% in Total Viewers and by 20% in Adults 18-49.

The Good Wife was second to Sunday Night Football in viewers (9.60m), A18-49 (1.3) and A25-54 (2.1).

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