ABC cleaned up among younger viewers again Sunday night even without original episodes of its top series while CBS drew the largest overall movie aud of the season for the telepic “The Magic of Ordinary Days,” according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.

Hallmark Hall of Fame pic “The Magic of Ordinary Days” (4.2 rating/10 share in adults 18-49, 18.6 million viewers overall) ranks as the Eye net’s top single-part movie telecast of the season in adults 18-49 and is on par with ABC’s “The Five People You Meet in Heaven” as the most-watched movie of the season overall on any net. Starring Keri Russell and Skeet Ulrich, “Magic” built with each half-hour, peaking with 19.2 million viewers from 10:30 to 11.

ABC took the night in young adults thanks to season-high ratings for “America’s Funniest Home Videos” (3.6/10 in adults 18-49, 10.7 million viewers overall), which didn’t have football to contend with for the first time. Also, repeats of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” dominated in demos at both 8 (6.8/16 in adults 18-49, 16.0 million viewers overall) and at 9 (7/15 in adults 18-49, 15.6 million viewers overall) – the top scores for rebroadcasts of any unscripted series in at least five years.

And a special 10 o’clock repeat of ABC’s “Desperate Housewives” won out in demos at 10 (5.5/13 in adults 18-49, 12.7 million viewers overall).

NBC was paced by original episodes of “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” (4.8/10 in adults 18-49, 14.2 million viewers overall) and “Crossing Jordan” (4.5/11 in adults 18-49, 12.5 million viewers overall), with “Law” posting one of its best scores of the season.

Fox ran fourth for the night in 18-49, led by “The Simpsons” (4.7/11 in adults 18-49, 10 million viewers overall) and “Arrested Development” (3.4/8 in adults 18-49, 7 million viewers overall).

Preliminary adults 18-49 averages for the night: ABC, 5.7/14; CBS, 3.8/9; NBC, 3.4/8; Fox, 3.1/8; WB, 1.1/3.

In total viewers: CBS, 17.1 million; ABC, 13.8 million; NBC, 10.3 million; Fox, 6.8 million; WB, 2.7 million.