What’s the Most Time-Shifted Show of the Year?

Dec 22, 2011  •  Post A Comment

Cable programs dominate the list of the most time-shifted shows of the year, which has been released by Nielsen. The top show, as measured by the percentage increase in viewers when time-shifted viewing is added in, is FX’s “American Horror Story.”

The program had a 95.3% increase from time-shifting. Close behind at No. 2 on the list is USA’s “Covert Affairs,” with a 95.1% increase.

Only one broadcast show made the Top 10: Fox’s “Fringe” at No. 9, with an 80.3% increase.

USA’s “Suits” came in third at 94.5%, Followed by “Franklin & Bash” on TNT, 92.0%; USA’s “Psych,” 90.3%; “Sons of Anarchy” on FX, 85.8%; USA’s “White Collar,” 85.6%; FX’s “Justified, 83.9%; “Fringe,” as noted above; and “The Glades” on A&E, 78.8%.

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