U.S. Broadcast Television Ratings for the Week Ended Feb. 9

The following table lists the top 25 broadcast television shows for the week of 02/03/14 through 02/09/14. The programs are ranked by rating in descending order.

RANK PROGRAM                       NET  RATING  SHARE    TIME
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  1  WNTR OLYM OPEN CEREM(S)       NBC    17.0   28     8:00 PM
  2  WNTR OLYM SUN PRIME 1(S)      NBC    14.4   22     7:30 PM
  3  WNTR OLYM SAT PRIME 1(S)      NBC    13.9   24     8:00 PM
  4  NCIS                          CBS    12.0   18     8:00 PM
  5  WNTR OLYM THU PRIME 1(S)      NBC    11.3   18     8:30 PM
  6  BIG BANG THEORY, THE          CBS    10.7   16     8:00 PM
  7  NCIS: LOS ANGELES             CBS    10.0   15     9:00 PM
  8  BEATLES: A GRAMMY SALUTE(S)   CBS    8.2    12     8:00 PM
  9  AMERICAN IDOL-WEDNESDAY       FOX    8.0    12     8:00 PM
 10  CRIMINAL MINDS                CBS    7.9    12     9:00 PM
 11  PERSON OF INTEREST            CBS    7.7    13    10:01 PM
 12  CSI                           CBS    6.9    12    10:00 PM
 13  AMERICAN IDOL-THURSDAY        FOX    6.6    10     8:00 PM
 14  CASTLE                        ABC    6.5    11    10:01 PM
 14  MILLERS, THE                  CBS    6.5    10     8:31 PM
 16  MIKE & MOLLY                  CBS    6.4    10     9:00 PM
 17  MODERN FAMILY                 ABC    6.1     9     9:00 PM
 18  60 MINUTES                    CBS    6.0     9     7:00 PM
 18  ELEMENTARY                    CBS    6.0    10    10:01 PM
 20  HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER         CBS    5.9     9     8:00 PM
 21  2 BROKE GIRLS                 CBS    5.6     9     8:30 PM
 21  BACHELOR, THE                 ABC    5.6     8     8:00 PM
 21  MOM                           CBS    5.6     9     9:30 PM
 24  MIDDLE, THE                   ABC    5.4     8     8:00 PM
 25  CRIMINAL MINDS 8PM-SP(S)      CBS    5.2     8     8:00 PM
 25  TWO AND A HALF MEN            CBS    5.2     8     9:31 PM

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

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

Source: Nielsen

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