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Nielsen numbers for the best and worst new TV series of 2013

There are many new TV series for 2013, with some to stand out and others to cause the interest of the public or some to expect perhaps for the viewers to give them a second chance with the arrival of the new year.

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May the opinions are divided as to which was the best or the worst show, however the Nielsen numbers are reliable and have the greatest impact. Watch the list of the tv series that are at the top and make the difference in the new television reality and those that are very low and it seems that it will be some time until they find the rhythm.

1. The Blacklist: 12.58 million viewers in the first episode, 11.67 million in the mid-season finale.

2. The Millers: 13.09 million viewers in the first episode, 9.23 million in the last episode. 

3. Mom: 7.99 million viewers in the first episode, 7.69 million in the most recent episode. 

4. The Crazy Ones: 15.52 million viewers in the first episode, 7.58 million in the last episode.

5. Sleepy Hollow: 10.10 million viewers in the first episode, 6.65 million in the last episode

6. Agents of SHIELD: 12.12 million viewers in the first episode, 6.11 million in the last episode

7. Almost Human: 9.18 million viewers in the first episode, 6.05 million in the most recent episode. 

8. Super Fun Night: 8.23 million viewers in the first episode, 5.37 million in the last episode 

9. Hostages: 7.41 million viewers in the first episode, 4.69 million in the most recent episode. 

10. The Goldbergs: 8.94 million viewers in the first episode, 4.77 million in the last episode

11. Brooklyn Nine Nine: 6.17 million viewers in the first episode, 3.66 million in the last episode

12. The Trophy Wife: 6.69 million viewers in the first episode, 3.48 million in the last episode

13. Dads: 5.76 million viewers in the first episode, 3.35 million in the last episode

14. Betrayal: 5.16 million viewers in the first episode, 3.05 million in the most recent episode. 

15. Sean Saves the World: 4.43 million viewers in the first episode, 2.99 million in the most recent episode. 

16. The Michael J. Fox Show: 7.50 million viewers in the first episode, 2.89 million in the most recent episode.

 

 

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