Top 10 most watched of the week (Entertainment): American Ninja Warrior hurtles its way to our top 10 list.

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Our 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. Big Brother
2. Today
3. The Bachelorette
4. The Young and the Restless
5. Teen Titans Go!
6. El Senor de los Cielos
7. The Big Bang Theory
8. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
9. Spongebob Squarepants
10. American Ninja Warrior

They did it again. Big Brother leads the top 10 entertainment list for the second week in a row. With 2 contestants already evicted, the drama ensues in this exciting day to day reality show. Big Brother continues Wednesday at 8pm PT. Which TV show will step up to the plate to dethrone the current leader of our list?

NBC and Esquire Network’s American Ninja Warrior has finally made our top ten list. This popular game show challenges people to their physical limits by racing through a near impossible obstacle course.  This competition gathers people from all major cities across the country. One must complete the city’s qualifying course to move onto the city’s final round. If they can overcome both rounds, the contestant will compete in the national final round in Las Vegas where they have a chance to win the grand prize of $1,000,000. Catch American Ninja Warrior every Tuesday at 8PM PT.

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

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One comment on “Top 10 most watched of the week (Entertainment): American Ninja Warrior hurtles its way to our top 10 list.

  1. Ben says:

    I’ve a few questions about devices and setup. Before I go and make any purchases, I’d like to speak to work with a rep that could answer my questions.
    I already pay for Comcast Cable TV for my brother who lives in a different town than I.
    I’d like to have access to that cable at my house.
    I have 3 TVs at my house. One just runs shows off of Chromecast. The 2nd gets over the air HDTV that is pretty decent, but not always consistent.
    My prefered TV is my 3rd TV. It’s a large screen projector that just runs off of my xbox one.

    What device/service would I need to look into in order to get my sports package and REDzone that I pay for at my brother’s house ported over to my xbox one on my projector?

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