Sunday TV Ratings: Rising Star, Reckless, Wipeout, Unforgettable, Big Brother

Rising Star TV show ratingsSunday, July 27, 2014 ratingsNew episodes: Reckless, Wipeout, Unforgettable, Rising Star, and Big Brother.Reruns: Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Castle, American Ninja Warrior, Family Guy, Bob’s Burgers, American Dad!, The Simpsons, and 60 Minutes.

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  1. Georgia says

    Most everything I like is on cable, The only two shows I recorded and watched on regular network TV: Unforgettable and Reckless. Enjoy both of those shows. Shows I recorded on Sunday: The Assets, Last Tango in Halifax, Masterpiece Mystery:Piorit, Vicious, Halt and Catch Fire, Lottery, Manhattan, Lottery, The Last ship, Falling Skies, Witches of East End, Ray Donovan, Masters of Sex, Reckless and Unforgettable. I will have watched them all by Tuesday.

    • Why Watch says

      When do you have time to do anything? That’s 16+ hours of viewing in two days. By the time I get home from work, I’ve only got five hours tops and that’s before preparing dinner and tending to other things that need to get done that evening. My life does not revolve around TV.

  2. Why Watch says

    Perhaps if the networks put on some quality shows, they’ll get viewers versus the viewers going to cable and PBS.

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