UPDATED: The zombies had more Central Florida fans Sunday night than the football or baseball players.

"The Walking Dead" was the most-watched program for the night with 205,200 viewers. The latest episode raised the issue: Would you want seemingly mild-mannered Carol (Melissa McBride) on your side?

Ranking second was Game 4 of the World Series on Fox with 194,000 viewers. Boston beat St. Louis to tie the series at two games apiece. The next game is Monday (tonight).

Placing third was NBC's "Sunday Night Football" with 186,700 viewers. Green Bay beat Minnesota, 44-31.

Rounding out the top five were CBS' "60 Minutes" with 185,000 viewers and CBS' "The Amazing Race" with 150,200.

Close behind were CBS' "The Good Wife" with 149,800 and ABC's "Once Upon a Time" with 140,500. Three other programs topped 100,000: NBC's "Football Night in America" with 134,300, CBS' "The Mentalist" with 130,600 and "America's Funniest Home Videos" on ABC with 100,200.

The favorite programs of the 18-to-49 age group were "The Walking Dead," "Sunday Night Football" and the World Series.

The updated national broadcast ratings showed Fox winning the night by averaging 18 million viewers in prime time to NBC's 14.3 million, CBS' 9.1 million and ABC's 5.6 million.

Fox had 25.5 million viewers for a football overrun in the 7 p.m. hour. The World Series averaged 16 million viewers. NBC's "Sunday Night Football" delivered 16.9 million.

CBS' best performer was "60 Minutes" with 10.1 million viewers, followed by "The Good Wife" with 9.4 million, "The Mentalist" with 8.8 million and "The Amazing Race" with 8.1 million. ABC's best was "Once Upon a Time" with 7.2 million, followed by "America's Funniest Home Videos" with 6.1 million. Then came "Revenge" with 5.7 million and "Betrayal" with 3.3 million.

In cable, "The Walking Dead" drew a national audience of 12.9 million total viewers.