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Football, ‘Empire’ and NBC lead week 2: Broadcast Top 25 and network rankings

The ratings-rich stayed that way in the second week of the 2016-17 season, with “Empire” and “The Big Bang Theory” again holding down the Top 2 spots among entertainment shows in adults 18-49. “Empire’s” 3.7 rating edged “Big Bang’s” 3.6 for the week. “Sunday Night Football” (6.7 in 18-49, 18.06 million viewers) remained at No. 1 in both demographics and total viewers.
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