‘NCIS’ and ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Named Two Favorite Shows

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Based on a survey conducted by the Harris Poll utilizing 2,232 U.S. adults surveyed online between Wednesday, Jan. 14 and Tuesday, Jan. 20, “NCIS” and “The Big Bang Theory” on CBS were named America’s top two favorite current shows. The popularity of the pair extends across gender, geography and demographics, ranking among the top shows with millennials, Gen X, baby boomers and more mature viewers (i.e. the 50+ aged audience the networks and advertisers don’t seem to want).

Asked “What is your current favorite TV show,” No. 3 overall in the poll behind “NCIS” and “The Big Bang Theory” was “The Walking Dead” on AMC. Next at No. 4 was “Scandal” on ABC, followed by “Game of Thrones” on HBO. Rounding off the Top 10 was “The Good Wife” (CBS) and “The Blacklist” (NBC) tied at No. 6, followed by ABC’s “Modern Family” and two more from the Eye net – “Blue Bloods” and “Criminal Minds.”

“We all know that “NCIS” and “The Big Bang Theory” are the top-rated scripted series, but this survey demonstrates that these shows clearly stand out as America’s favorite choice in a growing television universe,” said David Poltrack, Chief Research Officer, CBS Corporation, President, CBS Vision. “This level of viewer engagement is important because research has proven that engaged viewers are more receptive to and more responsive to advertising. The CBS primetime lineup accounted for far more ‘favorite’ mentions than that of any other network and contained more different programs chosen as viewer favorites, confirming the unique bond between this Network’s programs and its audience.”