Top-rated United States television programs of 2007–08

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This table displays the top-rated primetime television series of the 2007–08 season as measured by Nielsen Media Research. [1]

RankProgramNetworkRating
1 American Idol — Tuesday FOX 16.1
2American Idol — Wednesday15.9
3 Dancing with the Stars — Monday ABC 14.0
4Dancing with the Stars — Wednesday12.6
5Dancing with the Stars — Tuesday12.3
6 Desperate Housewives 11.6
7 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CBS 10.6
8 House FOX10.5
9 Grey's Anatomy ABC10.4
10 Sunday Night Football NBC 9.7
11 CSI: Miami CBS9.2
NCIS
13 Without a Trace 8.8
The Moment of Truth FOX
15 Two and a Half Men CBS8.5
Survivor
17 60 Minutes 8.4
18 Criminal Minds 8.2
19 Samantha Who? ABC8.0
20 Lost 7.9
21 Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 7.8
22 Brothers & Sisters 7.6
CSI: NY CBS
Heroes NBC
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
26 Private Practice ABC7.3
27 Law & Order NBC7.2
28 Cold Case CBS7.1
Deal or No Deal — MondayNBC
30 Shark CBS7.0
The Unit
Hell's Kitchen FOX

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