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U.S. Broadcast Television Ratings for the Week Ended Sept. 22

The following table lists the top 25 broadcast television shows for the week of 09/16/13 through 09/22/13. The programs are ranked by rating in descending order.

RANK PROGRAM                       NET  RATING  SHARE    TIME
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  1  NBC SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL     NBC   12.2    20     8:31 PM
  2  EMMY AWARDS(S)                CBS   10.8    17     8:04 PM
  3  DANCING WITH THE STARS        ABC   10.2    16     8:00 PM
  4  SUNDAY NIGHT NFL PRE-KICK     NBC    9.0    15     8:20 PM
  5  UNDER THE DOME                CBS    7.5    12    10:00 PM
  6  NCIS                          CBS    7.1    12     8:00 PM
  7  AMERICA’S GOT TALENT-TUE      NBC    6.9    11     9:00 PM
  7  AMERICA’S GOT TALENT-WED      NBC    6.9    11     9:00 PM
  9  FOOTBALL NT AMERICA PT 3      NBC    6.1    10     7:57 PM
  9  SLEEPY HOLLOW                 FOX    6.1     9     9:00 PM
 11  SURVIVOR SPECIAL(S)           CBS    5.9    10     8:00 PM
 12  BIG BANG THEORY, THE          CBS    5.8    10     8:00 PM
 13  NCIS: LOS ANGELES             CBS    5.3     8     9:00 PM
 14  BIG BANG THEORY, THE SP(S)    CBS    5.1     8     9:01 PM
 15  BONES                         FOX    4.8     8     8:00 PM
 16  CASTLE SP-9/16(S)             ABC    4.7     8    10:01 PM
 17  TWO AND A HALF MEN            CBS    4.6     8     8:31 PM
 18  TWO AND A HALF MEN-SPC(S)     CBS    4.4     7     9:31 PM
 19  SHARK TANK                    ABC    4.3     8     9:00 PM
 20  LAST MAN STANDING             ABC    4.2     8     8:00 PM
 21  BIG BROTHER 15-WED            CBS    4.1     7     9:30 PM
 21  BLUE BLOODS                   CBS    4.1     7    10:00 PM
 21  PERSON OF INTEREST - TUE      CBS    4.1     7    10:00 PM
 21  X-FACTOR-WED                  FOX    4.1     7     8:00 PM
 25  BIG BANG THEORY, THE:SP(S)    CBS    4.0     6     9:30 PM

(S) = Special
Each ratings point equals 1.156 million homes.

Figures include live viewing and same-day digital-video recorder
playback.

Source: Nielsen

To contact the reporter on this story: Rob Golum in Los Angeles at rgolum@bloomberg.net.

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Anthony Palazzo at apalazzo@bloomberg.net.

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