CBS dominates Fall Premiere Week Ratings...

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CBS had nine of the 13 most-watched shows and the five most-seen premieres to win television's premiere week by a margin of nearly 3 million viewers over runner-up ABC, according to figures released today.

CBS had the most-watched scripted series, comedy and new series -- ``NCIS,' ``Two and a Half Men' and ``Hawaii Five-0,' respectively -- and averaged 12.5 million viewers for its prime-time programming between Sept. 20 and Sunday.

CBS also had the two most-watched new comedies, ``$#*! My Dad Says' and ``Mike & Molly,' according to live-plus-same day viewing figures compiled by The Nielsen Co.

CBS' other two premieres, the police drama ``Blue Bloods' and the legal drama ``The Defenders,' both won their time periods. CBS also got time period victories from three series that were shifted in the schedule from last season -- ``The Big Bang Theory,' ``Survivor: Nicaragua' and ``CSI: NY.'

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