The telecast, which drew 17.3-million viewers, averaged a rating of 6.2 in the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic.
The night of sports on NBC helped the network average 14.5-million viewers overall and a rating of 5.1 in the key demo.
However, due to the nature of live sports, ratings for
With help from football and its Sunday night comedy line-up, Fox was the second most-watched network of the night in the key demo with a rating of 2.6. It was third most-watched overall with 6.7-million viewers.
After a NFL overtime lead-in on Fox,
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" also saw a steady increase of 6% with a rating of 1.8 in the key demo. It averaged 4-million viewers, up 18% from last week.
"Mulaney" posted a rating of 0.9 in the key demo, up 29% from last week. The sitcom averaged 2-million viewers.
"Revenge," which had 5.2-million viewers, also grew about 8% in the key demo with a rating of 1.3.
"Resurrection," which followed, dropped 14% from last week and tied its series low with a rating of 1.2. The show averaged 4.5 million viewers.
With most of the network's shows down from last week, CBS was fourth in the key demo with a rating of 1.4.
"Madam Secretary" tied its lowest rating to date, posting a 1.4 in the key demo. However, it was the most-watched program on the network of the night, taking fourth overall with 12.6-million viewers.