Republican Presidential debate Donald Trumps over the other programs in this week’s Slingbox list: Top 10 Entertainment

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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. Republican Presidential-Debate
2. The Kelly File
3. Big Brother
4. Today
5. The O’Reilly Factor
6. Bachelor in Paradise
7. El Senor de los Cielos
8. The Big Bang Theory
9. ABC News Good Morning America
10. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

The Republican Presidential debate lead the polls this past week, as 10 of the top republican candidates had a few minutes each to capture the attention of voters. Although Donald Trump received a lot of headline coverage after the debate, a clear victor did not arise. The debate helped many republicans gain further insight on who they will vote for in the 2016 Presidential election. It is interesting to see how popular the presidential debate was for Slingbox users.

While Big Brother falls down from the most watched program this past week, The Kelly File made its way to second on our list. During the republican presidential debate, Megyn Kelly fired off at the presidential candidates with tough questions. Kelly is the “face” of Fox News and is the second most watched show on cable after The O’Reilly Factor. It is refreshing to see programs that have not made our top ten list in a while, and we are excited to see what will make the top 10 entertainment list next week.

We’ll back Wednesday with sports.

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