"The Walking Dead" Was Last Week's Most-Watched Show after the Olympics

The Winter Olympics took the top seven spots in the ratings last week.  Tuesday's primetime coverage did the best, with 23.7 million viewers.  This year's coverage is down slightly from the Vancouver games four years ago.

 

After the Olympics, the next most-watched show of the week was "The Walking Dead", which attracted 13.3 million viewers.  Here are last week's top ten shows:

 

1.  Tuesday's primetime Olympics coverage, NBC, 23.7 million viewers.

 

2.  Thursday's primetime Olympics coverage, NBC, 22.9 million viewers.

 

3.  Monday's primetime Olympics coverage, NBC, 22.4 million viewers.

 

4.  Sunday's primetime Olympics coverage, NBC, 21.3 million viewers.

 

5.  Wednesday's primetime Olympics coverage, NBC, 20.8 million viewers.

 

6.  Friday's primetime Olympics coverage, NBC, 19.1 million viewers

 

7.  Saturday's primetime Olympics coverage, NBC, 17.1 million viewers

 

8.  "The Walking Dead", AMC, 13.3 million viewers.

 

9.  A "Big Bang Theory" repeat, CBS, 11.8 million viewers.

 

10.  Last Wednesday's "American Idol", Fox, 11.7 million viewers.

       Last Thursday's "Idol" was right behind that with 10.2 million viewers.

 

And if you're a basketball fan, the "NBA All Star Game" on TNT scored 7.5 million viewers.  It was the second most-watched show on cable, behind "The Walking Dead".

 

(You'll find the Top 25 shows on cable and broadcast TV at Zap2It.com.)

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