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Fast National ratings for Friday, Feb. 14, 2014
It's no surprise that the 2014 Winter Olympics dominated television on Friday, Feb. 14. With almost all other networks showing repeats or Charlie Brown specials, there wasn't much chance of toppling the Winter Games. Even new episodes of "Enlisted" and "Raising Hope" on Fox didn't stand much of chance.
The Olympics dipped somewhat in viewers between Thursday and Friday, even with the highly anticipated men's figure-skating finals. An average of 19.1 million viewers tuned in to the NBC primetime broadcast.
Still, that number dwarfed the nearest competition, a repeat of "Hawaii Five-0" on CBS at 9 p.m. Dismal numbers for new programming were represented by "Enlisted" (1.8 million viewers), "Raising Hope" (1.5 million) and "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" (0.86 million).
Overall, NBC's 19.1 million viewers led to a 11.0 rating/19 share in households. CBS followed with 5.4 million viewers (3.5/6). ABC (4.3 million, 2.8/5), Fox (2.4 million, 1.5/3) and The CW (0.67 million, 0.5/1) brought up the rear.
Whether you’re all alone with your rockin’ single self this Valentine’s Day or hanging in with your sweetie to avoid the winter cold, your good friend TV has you covered. Below, find the top five shows to binge on Feb. 14.
From manipulative politicians to beloved classics to Carrie Bradshaw, we have your Valentine’s Day plans covered.
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'House of Cards' Is Back
What’s more romantic than Kevin Spacey manipulating his way to the top of the D.C. ladder? All 13 episodes of the hit show’s second season were released on Netflix on Feb. 14, and you can watch them here.
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