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TV Ratings: ‘Sound of Music’ scores with viewers

TV Ratings: ‘Sound of Music’ scores with viewers

'SOUND' GETS STRONG RATINGS: Carrie Underwood, foreground, as Maria, during preparations for "The Sound of Music Live! Photo: Associated Press

Here’s the list of last week’s most popular TV shows, according to the latest Nielsen ratings.

1. NFL Football: Carolina at New Orleans, NBC, 19.07 million.

2. “Sound of Music Live!” NBC, 18.62 million.

3. “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 15.63 million.

4. NFL Football: New Orleans at Seattle, ESPN, 15.5 million.

5. “Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick,” NBC, 15.22 million.

6. “The OT,” Fox, 14.61 million.

7. NCAA Football: Ohio State vs. Michigan State, Fox, 13.9 million.

8. “NCIS,” CBS, 12.59 million.

9. “The Voice” (Tuesday), NBC, 12.14 million.

10. “The Voice” (Monday), NBC, 12.03 million.

11. “The Blacklist,” NBC, 11.67 million.

12. “60 Minutes,” CBS, 11.56 million.

13. “Football Night in America,” NBC, 11.46 million.

14. “Survivor,” CBS, 10.63 million.

15. “The Mentalist,” CBS, 9.97 million.

16. “Christmas Tree Lighting in Rockefeller Center,” NBC, 9.74 million.

17. “NCIS: Los Angeles,” CBS, 9.62 million.

18. “Modern Family,” ABC, 9.47 million.

19. “The Millers,” CBS, 9.23 million.

20. “The Amazing Race,” CBS, 8.71 million.

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