"Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey," hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, earned a rating of 1.4 in the key 18- to 49-year-old demographic, up 8% week-to-week, according to early numbers from Nielsen. In 18-49, a ratings point equals roughly 1.3 million viewers. Overall, the science documentary averaged 3.7 million viewers.
Less stellar was Fox's animated comedy "Bob's Burgers," which suffered in its move to 7 p.m. and lost 25% of its week-ago young-adults rating for a 0.6.
ABC's fairytale drama "Once Upon a Time" earned a 1.7 rating in 18-49, marking its lowest rating ever, down 15% from last week, but it was still the highest-rated show of the night. Its lead-in was the 4-decades-old Peanuts special "It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown," which brought in 3.5 million viewers (0.9 in 18-49).
With a total haul of 9.1 million viewers, "The Good Wife" was Sunday night's most-watched broadcast show. It scored a 1.4 in 18-49, down 7% week-to-week. With generally diminished results from "60 Minutes," "Amazing Race" and "The Mentalist," CBS was still the top broadcast network on Sunday.
On NBC, "American Dream Builders" fell to a low of 0.6 in 18-49. The JJ Abrams and Alfonso Cuaron show "Believe" grew 20% to a 1.2, but "Crisis" continued to drop, this time down 18% to a 0.9.