There’s a lot of people out there who are claiming that 2017 was the worst year yet. But let’s not forget about all the great parts of this past year…Namely, the incredible TV shows that engaged our households. Some made us laugh, some made us cry. Other asked thought provoking questions about the state of our society, and still others gave us nightmares for weeks. So we’re asking you… What was your favorite most watched TV show of 2017?
Review the list of hit TV series below, and then vote in our poll!
The Most Watched TV Shows of 2017… Which Was Your Favorite?
What were the most watched TV shows of 2017? See whether your favorite series of the year was one of America’s most popular.
Starring Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull, the hit TV series Bull combines the power of psychology, intuition, and high-tech data to explore the landscape of a court trial. What makes jurors, attorneys, witnesses, and defendants succumb to pressure? The brilliant drama attacts an average of 14.4 million viewers.
The Walking Dead
AMC’s The Walking Dead chronicles the lives of a group of survivors after the zombie-apocalypse. They have to contend with the “walkers,” as well as other survivors trying to make it in a post-apocalyptic world. As one of the most watched TV shows of 2017, The Walking Dead has an average of 14.7 million viewers.
America’s Got Talent
Airing on NBC, America’s Got Talent has long been on of the country’s favorite ways to spend a Tuesday or Wednesday night. The series is a mega-popular talent show, where narrow down a group of contestants until one winner is named the most talented person in the country. The Tuesday night broadcast sees 16 million average viewers, while Wednesday night raked in an average of 14.6 million viewers.
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This Is Us
This Is Us chronicles the lives of the Pearson Family from one generation to the next. The show has filled the void left by many devoted Parenthood fans, and is at once heart wrenching and uplifting. America has fallen in love with the Pearsons, with an average of 16.5 million viewers per episode.
One thing has long been clear. America loves crime shows. So much so, in fact, that the classic NCIS is the fifth most watched TV show of the year. The CBS series sees an average of 17.7 million viewers.
Fans who obsess over The Big Bang Theory found a new love in Young Sheldon. The spin-off follows the life of nine-year-old Sheldon Cooper, and tied with NCIS as one of the most watched TV shows of 2017 at an average of 17.7 million viewers.
The Good Doctor
The ABC program The Good Doctor explores the life of Shaun Murphy, a young surgeon who has autism and savant syndrome. At the prompting of his mentor, Dr. Murphy leaves behind his quiet life to join the surgical unit at a prestigious hospital. An average of 17.9 million viewers tune in to watch The Good Doctor.
The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory is a comedy about a group of geeky friends who hilariously struggle through basic life situations. They’re at their best conversing about quantum physics, but when it comes to social skills, the can’t seem to grasp the concept. And that’s especially true when romance is involved. The hit TV series has long been a favorite, and has an average of 18.5 million viewers.
Sunday Night Football
In a time of change, tradition is one of the most potent forces to keep us all united. And unsurprisingly, football remains at the root of the tradition for Americans. Despite the take-a-knee movement, the NFL remains a force to be reckoned with when it comes to TV viewership. With an average of of 18.5 million viewers, Sunday Night football remains the most watched TV show of 2017.
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Data Source: komando.com