*Both the three-hour “Celebrity Apprentice” and the season finale of “The Amazing Race” took a hit in the ratings.

It’s unclear if a boycott led by advocacy group Color of Change in protest of Donald Trump had any effect on the mogul’s “Celebrity Apprentice,” but Sunday’s episode drew only 7 million total viewers, which was the lowest-rated spring telecast for the franchise, dipping 23 percent.

CBS won the night with “60 Minutes” (13.8 million, 2.3) surging 43 percent, thanks to President Obama’s only televised interview about Osama bin Laden’s death.

The network’s two-hour finale of “The Amazing Race” (8.6 million, 2.5) – which saw siblings LaKisha and Jennifer Hoffman cross the finish line first, was the lowest-rated in franchise history.

“CSI: Miami” (9.7 million, 2.0), however, ended its season with a double-digit uptick, but still was one of the series’ lowest-rated episodes.

— which saw Star Jones and LaToya Jackson fired and NeNe Leakes quitting —

ABC’s block was flat or down, with the exception of aging family drama “Brothers & Sisters” (7.2 million, 2.0), which saw impressive boosts of 25 percent in 18-49 and 26 percent in viewers for its Season 5 finale.

Fox ranked No. 1 among adults 18-34 and No. 2 in the key demo with its animation block: “American Dad” (3.3 million, 1.5), “The Simpsons” (5.5 million, 2.5) and “The Cleveland Show” (4.8 million, 2.2) were all down slightly, while “Bob’s Burgers” (4.2 million, 2.0) and “Family Guy” (6.5 million, 3.2) ticked up. ABC and Fox tied for second on the night.