Fox toons in Sunday win

Fox demonstrated last week how formidable it might be if it could become a Sunday force once again, as the launch of its night of animated shows helped the network open up some distance on its rivals with young-adult audiences.”Family Guy” returned with high scores, taking a lead from “The Simpsons.” “American Dad” also looked good in its timeslot. Overall, Fox had its strongest Sunday with all-entertainment programming since December 2003.

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