Top 10 most watched of the week (entertainment): the State of the Union shall, from time to time, be at the top of our list

Your 10 most watched programs of the week on Slingbox, non-sports edition, were as follows. Check after the list for a few quick thoughts on this week’s most watched home entertainment:

1. Today
2. State of the Union 2015
3. The Big Bang Theory
4. Good Morning America
5. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
6. Criminal Minds
7. Family Guy
8. Pawn Stars
9. Family Feud
10. Modern Family

Is it fair to call the annual State of the Union address “entertainment”? It might be if you’re a fan of Obama who enjoyed the comedian-in-chief’s comeback to Republicans after they cheered a mention of his future departure from office:

But if you’re on the other side of the aisle, it might have felt more chore-like than entertaining. Either way, Slingbox users seemed plenty interested in watching the speech.

Other than that, our weekly top 10 was pretty familiar. The number of Slingbox users who watch Pawn Stars on laptops, tablets or phones seems to vacillate from week to week, but there was enough this week to place the Harrison family (and Chumlee) at No. 8 on our list. And of course, the two big morning shows and The Big Bang Theory had very strong showings, as always.

It’s also worth pointing out that three separate shows with “family” in the title — Family Guy, Family Feud and Modern Family — showed up in our top 10. If next week we also see reruns of Family Ties, Family Matters and The Addams Family, we’ll know something mysterious is afoot.

We’ll be back tomorrow with our sports top 10.

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