Fast National ratings for Sunday, April 29, 2007.
Overall, ABC and CBS posted the same 7.4 rating/13 share, though ABC had the advantage in total viewers. NBC was a distant third with a 4.3/8, followed closely by FOX's 3.9/7. The CW brought up the rear with a 1.2/2.
ABC won big among adults 18-49, with a 4.4 rating in the key demographic. FOX moved up to second with a 3.1 rating, leaving CBS' 2.7 rating stuck in third. NBC had a 1.7 rating for fourth and The CW stayed fifth with a 0.7 rating.
CBS started the night strong with the 7.1/14 for "60 Minutes." ABC's "America's Funniest Home Videos" was second, just ahead of the 4.3/9 for "Dateline NBC." FOX's two episodes of "King of the Hill" finished fourth with a 2.4/5, leaving The CW last with a repeat of "7th Heaven."
NBC moved up to first in the 8 p.m. hour with the 6.4/11 for "Dateline," nipping the 6.3/11 for ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." CBS' "Amazing Race: All-Stars" had a 5.8/10 for third, bettering FOX's numbers for two episodes of "The Simpsons." The CW had a 1.8/3 for a new "7th Heaven."
At 9 p.m., ABC moved into first with the 10.8/17 for "Desperate Housewives." CBS was second with a 7.8/12 for "Cold Case." FOX's "Family Guy" and "American Dad" were third with a 4.6/7 between then, leaving NBC's "Along Came Polly" and The CW's "America's Next Top Model" at the back of the pack.
In other ratings news, CBS won Saturday night with a procedural repeat-fueled 4.2/8, just ahead of the 3.9/8 for NBC and FOX's 3.5/7. As usual, FOX used "Cops" and "America's Most Wanted" to earn a 2.0 rating and win the key 18-49 demographic.