UPDATED: Although "60 Minutes" had the most viewers Sunday night in Central Florida, the real winner was the BET Awards.
The CBS news magazine drew 122,300 viewers. The BET Awards pulled in 112,900 viewers to rank second.
But the BET telecast was No. 1 in the 18-to-49 age group while "60 Minutes" was No. 45. Reaching that age group is most crucial to advertisers in entertainment programming.
The next four programs in the rankings were "America's Funniest Home Videos" on ABC with 98,100 viewers, a repeat of CBS' "Under the Dome" with 78,600, NBC's "Law & Order: SVU" with 74,500 and TNT's "Falling Skies" with 72,600.
The top programs in the 18-to-49 age group were the BET Awards, "Whodunnit?" on ABC and "Falling Skies."
National broadcast ratings reveal it was a slow night for the networks. The prime-time averages: CBS with 5.5 million viewers, NBC with 3.7 million, ABC with 3.5 million and Fox with 2.3 million. CBS won the 18-to-49 age group.
The night's most-watched programs were on CBS: "60 Minutes" with 7.2 million, "Big Brother" with 5.8 million and the "Under the Dome" repeat with 5.1 million.
In cable, the BET Awards averaged 7.6 million viewers.