Most network series fell in the ratings Sunday night as the fourth-season finale of
CBS' regular prime-time lineup was delayed by March Madness, so its early numbers are unreliable. Still, it looks like "The Good Wife," which violently killed off a major character last week, is on an upswing. According to the preliminary ratings, Sunday night's episode drew 10.4 million viewers and earned a 1.7 in the 18-49 demographic, up 21% from last week.
Ratings for "The Walking Dead" won't be released until later Monday, though the zombie drama will almost certainly turn out to be the most-watched series of the night. The previous season closer drew 12.4 million viewers on average and the fourth-season premiere scored a whopping 16.1 million.