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Top 20 Shows of Fall 2012: Only One New Series Cracks the List EW

A month into the new television season, the most popular shows are veterans and few new series have gained much traction, reports EW.com's Inside TV.

NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” tops the list, and the network also has the honor of the highest-ranked newcomer, the drama series “Revolution,” coming in at No. 11.

Here’s the top 20 as of four weeks into the season, ranked by results in the key demo of viewers 18-49:

1. Sunday Night Football (NBC) 7.7 rating/19 share
2. Modern Family (ABC) 5.8/15
3. The Big Bang Theory (CBS) 5.7/18
4. Sunday Night Pre-Kick (NBC) 5.6/15
5. The Voice (NBC) 5.1/13
6. Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) 5.0/13
7. NCIS (CBS) 4.5/13
7. The Family Guy (Fox) 4.5/11
9. The Voice Tuesday (NBC) 4.5/13
10. The OT (Fox) 4.4/13
11. Revolution (NBC) 4.3/11
11. Football Night in America (NBC) 4.3/12
13. Two and a Half Men (CBS) 4.1/12
13. Once Upon a Time (ABC) 4.1/10
15. 2 Broke Girls (CBS) 4.0/10
15. Glee (Fox) 4.0/11
15. The Simpsons (Fox) 4.0/10
18. The X Factor Wednesday (Fox) 3.9/11
19. How I Met Your Mother (CBS) 3.8/11
20. NCIS:Los Angeles (CBS) 3.7/10