Football is America’s most-watched program this week

Football is America’s most-watched program this week

SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Denver Broncos running back Montee Ball (28) weaves through the defense of Kansas City Chiefs free safety Kendrick Lewis (23), strong safety Eric Berry (29) and inside linebacker Derrick Johnson (56) in the fourth quarter of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 17, in Denver. Photo: Associated Press/Jack Dempsey

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

1. NFL Football: Kansas City at Denver, NBC

2. “Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick,” NBC

3. “NCIS,” CBS

4. “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS

5. “The OT,” Fox

6. “NCIS: Los Angeles,” CBS

7. “Football Night in America,” NBC

8. “Person of Interest,” CBS

9. “Dancing With the Stars,” ABC

10. “The Walking Dead,” AMC

11. “The Voice” (Monday), NBC

12. “60 Minutes,” CBS

13. “Blue Bloods,” CBS

14. “The Voice” (Tuesday), NBC

15. “Criminal Minds,” CBS

16. “The Millers,” CBS

17. NFL Football: Miami at Tampa Bay, ESPN

18. “Modern Family,” ABC

19. “The Blacklist,” NBC

20. “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” CBS

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