TV Ratings: FOX Wins Sunday (10/28/07)
FOX pulled off a rare Sunday night win courtesy of the final game of the 2007 Baseball World Series. Meanwhile, ABC's counter-programming of "Desperate Housewives" and "Brothers & Sisters" worked like a charm.
The dramas went up in the ratings this week, while "Desperate Housewives" (18.10 million viewers) again beat "Grey's Anatomy" and came out as Sunday night's top scripted programming in both total viewers and adults 18-49.
CBS aired a repeat of "CSI" instead of "Viva Laughlin" scoring 9.41 million viewers, almost 50% more than then the axed musical series.
The ratings for "The Bourne Supremacy" on NBC once again prove that gone are the days when theatricals lured masses to the tube.
America's Funniest Home Videos (9.16 million)
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (14.07 million)
Desperate Housewives (18.10 million)
Brothers & Sisters (12.75 million)
60 Minutes (13.02 million)
CSI (9.41 million)
Cold Case (11.69 million)
Shark (10.27 million)
Football Night in America (3.58 million)
The Bourne Supremacy (5.88 million)
Dateline (3.59 million)
World Series Baseball (19.17 million)
CW Now (735,000)
Aliens in America (750,000)
Life is Wild (1.10 million)
America's Next Top Model (1.42 million)