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Top Rated Cable Channels, Broadcast Series, & Tweeted TV Events of 2014

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Top Rated Cable Channel, Broadcast Series, and Tweeted TV Event of 2014. The 2014 lists of the top rated cable channels, broadcast TV series, and tweeted television events has been released. The lists contain surprises as well as inevitable based on popularity.

The Top Rated Cable Channels of 2014:

20. VH1

19. SPIKE

18. TLC

17. SYFY

16. LIF

15. CMDY

14. MTV

13. FOOD

12. ADSM

11. AEN

10. BRAVO

9. FAM

8. HISTORY

7. AMC

6. DISC

5. TNT

4. FX

3. USA

2. TBSC

1. ESPN

The Highest-Rated Broadcast Series of 2014:

10. Scorpion

9. Criminal Minds

8. Grey’s Anatomy

7. Family Guy

6. Gotham

5. The Blacklist

4. Scandal

3. How to Get Away With Murder

2. Modern Family

1. The Big Bang Theory

* Ranked by their current season averages in live-plus-7 ratings in the key demographic of adults 18-49, per Nielsen Media, these shows also boast strong viewership and (in many cases) a handsome afterlife online and on-demand after the now-obligatory DVR lifts are tallied.)

The 2014 Top 10 Series on Twitter:

2014 Top 10 Series on Twitter

The 2014 Top 10 Specials on Twitter:

2014 Top 10 Specials on Twitter

The 2014 Top 10 Sports Events on Twitter:

2014 Top 10 Sports Events on Twitter

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Source: Hollywoodreporter, Nielsen

 

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