So how did your favorite broadcast series do this past season? The folks at must-read site Deadline Hollywood have posted the entire Nielsen rankings list for 2010-11 -- that's 141 shows/time slots -- with results reported in both total viewers and the ad game's key age 18-49 demographic.
As the Deadline post notes, it was a bad year for new falll series, with the highest ranked being Monday's CBS hammock-fortunate Mike & Molly, tied for No. 26 in demos.
Midseason entries did better, in general. NBC's surprise competition fave The Voice [photo at top] landed the season's No. 4 rank in demos, proving that it never hurts to premiere when everybody is already sick of everything else on the air.
ABC's midseason entry Body of Proof zooms up to No. 14 in total viewers -- the highest ranked new series there -- from tied for No. 45 in the key demo. That means the drama starring Dana Delany [photo at right] is drawing big among age 50+ viewers. Also big with older viewers: Kathy Bates' NBC hour Harry's Law, a fine No. 26 in total eyeballs, from tied for No. 63 in the key demo.
Younger viewers are powering The Voice (it drops to No. 20 in total viewers), as well the continued success of mainstays like Modern Family (tied for No. 5 in the demo, No. 24 in total viewers) and House (tied for No. 13 in the demo, No. 40 in total viewers). It's the opposite for CBS' perennial 60 Minutes (No. 12 in total viewers, tied for No. 59 in the demo).
Take a look at the entire list, and let us know what you see . . .