Top-rated United States television programs of 2018–19

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This table displays the top-rated primetime television series of the 2018–19 season, as measured by Nielsen Media Research. [1]

RankProgramNetworkRating
1 Sunday Night Football NBC 10.9
2 The Big Bang Theory CBS 10.6
3 NCIS 9.6
4 Thursday Night Football FOX 8.7
Young Sheldon CBS
6 This Is Us NBC8.5
7 Blue Bloods CBS7.9
FBI
9 The Good Doctor ABC 7.4
Manifest NBC
11 Chicago Fire 7.2
America's Got Talent: The Champions
13 Chicago Med 7.0
Bull CBS
15 Chicago P.D. NBC6.9
New Amsterdam
17 NCIS: New Orleans CBS6.8
18 60 Minutes 6.7
19 The Voice NBC6.6
20 Grey's Anatomy ABC6.5
21 Mom CBS6.4
22The Voice: TuesdayNBC6.2
Hawaii Five-0 CBS
NCIS: Los Angeles
25 The Masked Singer FOX6.0
26 9-1-1 5.9
27 The Conners ABC5.8
God Friended Me CBS
29 Survivor 5.5
Dancing with the Stars ABC

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