In what was essentially a re-air of their top-rated program of the year, “60 Minutes” finished in second for prime time with an hour devoted to Pres.-elect Barack Obama.
Sunday’s show, which was aided by the run-over of the Miami Dolphins-New York Jets game, was the tenth time in 14 Weeks that “60″ has been in the Top 10 and the sixth time this season the show has finished in the top three.
60 Minutes is ranked 10th for the season so far, averaging 15.75 million Total Viewers — up 13% in households, 6% in A25-54 and 8% in A18-49.
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