Highest Rated

Some articles on highest rated, highest, rated:

Treehouse Of Horror XIX - Reception
... It was the highest rated episode of the night in the 18–49 demographic, the sixteenth highest rated show of the week, and the fourth highest rated on Fox after two airings of the World Series and House ... It was the highest rated episode since season 18's "The Wife Aquatic" ...
Achy Jakey Heart - Ratings
... This episode was the second highest rated cable program for its week, behind the season premier of The Closer ... It was also the second highest rating ever for an episode of a Disney Channel original series, and third highest rated cable program for the month ... Friday, which was the Disney Channel's highest rated day ever ...
Asadora - Series
... Second highest rated Asadora with an average rating of 47.4% ... Third highest rated Asadora at 47.3% ... Episode on November 12, 1983 is the highest rated in Japanese television drama history, with 62.9 percent ...
The Big Bang Theory - Reception - U.S. Standard Ratings
... The Big Bang Theory has been highly rated since its premiere ... During its fourth season, it became television's highest rated comedy, just barely beating out eight-year champ Two and a Half Men ... demographic (the show's target age range), it was the second highest rated comedy, behind ABC's Modern Family ...
South Park - Reception - Ratings
8.2 rating (6.2 million viewers) and, at the time, set a record as the highest-rated non-sports show in basic cable history ... During the spring of 1998, eight of the ten highest-rated shows on basic cable were South Park episodes ... in its earliest seasons, South Park remains one of the highest-rated series on Comedy Central ...

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