With Five Shows in Top 10, CBS Dominates List of Most-Watched Shows of Fall Season

Dec 28, 2011  •  Post A Comment

In terms of total viewers, five of the 10 most-watched broadcast television shows of the fall 2011 season are on CBS, reports Entertainment Weekly.

No. 1, with 21.4 million viewers, is CBS’s "NCIS," with the network also placing No. 3 "Two and a Half Men" (18.9 million), No. 5 "NCIS: Los Angeles" (17.4 million), No. 7 "Big Bang Theory" (16.61 million) and No. 10 "60 Minutes" (14.67 million) in the top 10.

NBC’s "Sunday NFL Football" ranks No. 2 with 19.9 million, with NBC’s "NFL Pre-Kick" (15.063 million) at No. 9. The two football-related shows were the network’s only shows to make the top 30.

ABC had three shows make the top 10: "Dancing With the Stars" (18.5 million), at No. 4; "DWTS: Results" (16.65 million), at No. 6; and "Modern Family" (15.066 million), at No. 8.

Besides having five shows in the top 10, CBS also had eight of the next 10 shows.

The highest-ranked show for Fox was its football show “The OT,” at No. 13.

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