On another Sunday of ho-hum numbers all around for the broadcasters, CBS edged past ABC and Fox to win the night among young adults as "60 Minutes" and "Amazing Race" led their hours.
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It was mostly slow going for a pair of premiering programs on Sunday, with NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice” down sharply in demos from last year but still besting ABC’s new drama “Red Widow.” Cable was…
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