UPDATED: An 11-minute overrun of the Masters helped make CBS the most-watched broadcast network Sunday night and "60 Minutes" the most-watched program.
The long-running news magazine offered a two-part report on Pope Francis and averaged 11 million viewers, according to updated ratings.
CBS also had the most broadcast viewers in other time slots. The preliminary numbers were "The Amazing Race" with 8.8 million, "The Good Wife" with 9.8 million and "The Mentalist" with 9 million.
ABC's "Resurrection," with 7.5 million total viewers, and Fox's "Family Guy," with 4.4 million, were the night's favorite broadcast series with young adults. Right behind was ABC's "Once Upon a Time," which had 6.5 million total fans.
In cable, HBO's "Game of Thrones drew 6.3 million for the 9 p.m. premiere -- up 48 percent from last season's second episode. With two replays figured in, the "Thrones" audience grew to 8 million.
Bravo's "Real Housewives of Atlanta" delivered 3.8 million viewers, and a "Watch What Happens Live" interview with NeNe Leakes drew 3.5 million fans.
The MTV Movie Awards averaged 2.8 million total viewers. (A simulcast on other Viacom networks boosted the overall audience to 3.6 million.)
"Mad Men" returned to AMC and drew just 2.3 million viewers.
In Orlando, "The Amazing Race" was tops with 177,550 viewers, followed by "60 Minutes" with 176,750. Rounding out the top five were "The Good Wife" with 156,900, "The Mentalist" with 154,800 and "Dateline NBC" with 107,450.
The MTV Movie Awards telecast was the No. 1 show with the local 18-to-49 age group. Rounding out that top five were "The Amazing Race," "Once Upon a Time," Bravo's "Real Housewives of Atlanta" and Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live." In total viewers, the MTV Movie Awards was No. 14 with 56,200 viewers.