Posted November 11, 2018 07:01:46 In an effort to create more variety on our show, and to give you more choices in what you can watch, I have compiled the top 10 most popular shows on television as of November 9, 2018.
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The Amazing Race (NBC) This week, The Amazing and the Broke return to the ABC Family lineup for a third season.
This will be the first season of the show that’s not based on a television franchise, which means that the characters will no longer be based on real people, and instead will be people from across the country.
It’s not a huge departure from the show’s current format, but it does mean that this will be a much bigger show than last year, and it’ll likely be a season that will appeal to younger audiences as well.
The series is also coming to Netflix, with the first episode available to stream in 2019.
The Good Wife (CBS) The Good Wife is a CBS drama that has won a number of Emmys and Golden Globes awards, and has earned an average of a 1.6 rating among adults 18-49 and a 2.1 among adults 25-54.
The show has also been a huge hit with viewers.
The Mindy Project (NBC, CBS) If the title sounds familiar, it’s because the Mindy Kaling-starring series is a spin-off of The Mindyshow.
The NBC series has received four Emmy nominations for Outstanding Drama Series, and won Outstanding Supporting Actress for Mindy Kilkenny in Season 3.
Mindy’s show also won Out of the Hall of Fame in 2017, and in 2018 was voted one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in the World by TIME magazine.
House of Lies (ABC) House of Lies is a crime drama that is based on the hit TV show The Wire.
The network has produced two seasons of the series, and each has garnered four Emmy Awards.
The Vampire Diaries (CBS, CW) Based on the CW series, The Vampire diaries is a supernatural drama that centers around the lives of vampires.
This season, the first two episodes will air exclusively on The CW Network, while the third and fourth episodes will be exclusively available on the network’s streaming service.
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (ABC, CBS, CW, Fox) Once Upon a Times in Wonderland is a CW fairy tale about the life of an aspiring musician.
The first two seasons will air on ABC, while Season 3 will air later this year.
The Simpsons (Fox) While The Simpsons is still the biggest network on TV, the network is currently losing viewers to other platforms.
This year, the Fox show is also going into its fifth season, with Season 7 airing later this fall.
This means that there will be less episodes of The Simpsons for fans to binge-watch on the web.
Orange is the New Black (Netflix) Orange is the new Black, the Netflix original series starring Latasha Berenson, will premiere this fall on Netflix.
The debut season of this series has garnered a 9.2 rating among 18-34 and 9.8 among 18,000+ viewers.
The ratings are down from the previous season, when it was a strong 9.6.
The Blacklist (NBC News) On October 7, The Black List is set to premiere on NBC News.
The new series is based in the DC Comics universe, and the series will feature a new, black lead.
This series is already garnering positive reviews from critics and viewers.
This is the third series to debut on the cable network.
American Idol (CBS), Idol (ABC), The Voice (NBC), The Bachelor (ABC ) These shows are based on popular music shows, and are all the most-watched shows on TV.
Each season of each of these shows is watched by an average audience of around 30 million people, which is nearly twice as many as last year.
The most popular show of each season is The Voice, which has an average viewer of nearly 9 million.
The Bachelor, on the other hand, is only watched by a small fraction of the viewers that tune in each season.
American Horror Story: Coven (FX) American Horror Story’s sixth season premieres on Friday, October 6, 2018, with a new cast of characters and a new story line.
This show has received several accolades for its production, including four Emmy wins and two Golden Globés.
The Americans (FX,