Sunday Night Football hits the trifecta

NBC’s Sunday Night Football has now claimed the ratings crown for the 2013-14 television season, ranking as the top primetime show in household rating, viewership and the Adult 18-49 demographic, based on live plus same day data from Nielsen from September-May. That marks the third season in a row for the franchise, pulling a 12.8 score with 21.7 million viewers. The slate of games also ranked at the top for Adults 18-49, 18-34, 25-54 as well as Men 18-49, 18-34 and 25-54 and Women 18-34 and 18-49. In fact, SNF’s win in the Women 18-49 category marks the first time ever that a sports series has ranked No. 1 among the broadcast networks in this demo for a full TV season.

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