In the Orlando TV market, delays pushed NASCAR into prime time Sunday, and the Sprint Cup Series Aaron's 499 in Talladega averaged roughly 180,900 viewers over 75 minutes.
David Ragan won, but because the race started outside prime time, it won't figure in the rankings.
The three most-watched series in prime time were on CBS: the two-hour season finale of "The Amazing Race" with 128,200 viewers, "60 Minutes" with 124,100 and the season finale of "The Mentalist" with 117,400. Hockey brothers Bates and Anthony Battaglia won "The Amazing Race," which ended at Mount Vernon, Va., the home of George Washington.
In national ratings, "60 Minutes" drew 10.7 million viewers, according to updated ratings. "The Amazing Race" averaged 9.1 million over two hours, and "The Mentalist" attracted 9.2 million.
The averages for total viewers: CBS with 9.5 million, Fox with 6 million, ABC with 5.8 million and NBC with 4 million. But Fox won the 18-to-49 age group.
ABC's best was "Once Upon a Time" with 7.5 million viewers, followed by "Revenge" with 6.3 million and "America's Funniest Home Videos" with 5.9 million. "Red Widow" ended its run with 3.4 million viewers.