Football reigned in prime time last week while CBS retained its Nielsen ratings crown AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Frazier Moore, The Associated Press Posted Oct 21, 2014 1:49 pm MDT NEW YORK, N.Y. – Football scored half of the Top 10 slots in last week’s Nielsen ratings.NBC took first place with its Sunday night faceoff between San Francisco and Denver, and the pregame took second place.CBS’ Thursday game ranked fifth as the New York Jets took on the New England Patriots. Fox’s Sunday “The OT” post-game show ranked seventh place. And Notre Dame met Florida State on ABC’s Saturday night telecast, ranking ninth.Overall, CBS won the weekly Nielsen prime-time clash for a fourth straight week and claimed the top three freshmen shows: “NCIS: New Orleans” (ranked fourth), “Madam Secretary” (13th) and “Scorpion” (14th), according to Nielsen figures released Tuesday.ABC’s most-watched new series, “How to Get Away With Murder,” ranked 21st, with 9.79 million viewers.For the week, CBS averaged 10.5 million viewers in prime time. NBC was runner-up with 8.9 million, followed by ABC with 7.9 million and Fox with 4.7 million. Univision had 2.9 million, the CW had 1.9 million, Telemundo had 1.1 million, and ION Television had 1.0 million.Among cable networks, ESPN led with an average 2.61 million viewers, followed by TBS with 2.04 million, USA with 1.76 million and Fox News Channel with 1.73 million.NBC’s “Nightly News” held its leadership position among the evening newscasts with an average of 8.78 million viewers. ABC’s “World News” was second with 8.10 million, and the “CBS Evening News” had 6.44 million viewers.For the week of Oct. 13-19, the top 10 shows, their networks and viewerships: NFL Football: San Francisco at Denver, NBC, 23.79 million; “Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick,” NBC, 17.76 million; “NCIS,” CBS, 17.26 million; “NCIS: New Orleans,” CBS, 16.14 million; NFL Football: NY Jets at New England, CBS, 16.09 million; “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 15.32 million; “The OT,” Fox, 13.78 million; “The Voice” (Monday), NBC, 13.28 million; Football: Notre Dame at Florida State, ABC, 13.25 million; “Dancing With the Stars,” ABC, 12.74 million.___ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Co. CBS is owned by CBS Corp. CW is a joint venture of Warner Bros. Entertainment and CBS Corp. Fox and Fox News Channel are owned by 21st Century Fox. NBC, Telemundo and USA are owned by Comcast Corp. ESPN is owned by ESPN Inc. TBS is owned by Time Warner. ION Television is owned by ION Media Networks. read more

They can win in Veszprem, but French champions are always in danger on every away experience in strong domestic LidlStarligue. After Nimes, also Aix beat Paris Saint Germain 33:31. Aymeric Minne led the winning team with nine goals, while in absent of suspended Nikola Karabatic, who will be out of the court until December 14 (case of betting from 2012), team of Zvonimir Serdarusic wasn’t on the level. Nedim Remili netted eight goals, while Uwe Gensheimer ended match with seven.HBC Nantes showed great performance in Tremblay against home team 45:33 (10 goals of Balaguer), while the new lider is USM Nimes after tough win over Massy 27:25.Montpellier Handball will have a chance to overtake the leading position in the last match of the Round 10 against Fenix Toulouse.Results:Aix 33 – 31 Paris SGTremblay 33 – 45 NantesCesson Rennes-Metropole 22 – 30 Chambery SavoieIvry 26 – 29 DunkerqueNimes 27 – 25 Massy EssonneSaran 27 – 28 St. RaphaelSTANDINGS:1. Nimes 10 9 0 1 284:249 182. Montpellier 9 8 1 0 256:217 173. Paris SG 10 8 0 2 311:256 164. Dunkerque 10 6 1 3 268:264 135. Nantes 10 6 0 4 303:285 126. Toulouse 9 6 0 3 268:253 127. St. Raphael 10 5 2 3 276:262 128. Aix 10 6 0 4 294:274 129. Chambery Savoie 10 4 0 6 267:281 810. Ivry 10 3 1 6 261:292 711. Saran 10 2 0 8 284:322 412. Tremblay 10 1 1 8 276:307 313. Cesson Rennes-Metropole 10 0 2 8 250:283 214. Massy Essonne 10 0 2 8 221:274 2 aixLidlStarligueNikola KarabaticPSG Handball ← Previous Story “Hey PSG, are you afraid of VIVEKINGS?” Next Story → GERMANY: “BLACK THURSDAY” for THW Kiel and Rhein Neckar Lowen read more