TV's top shows

May 23, 2001

Here are last week's top TV shows, according to A. C. Nielsen Co. figures:

........................................ ....................................................................Rating

1 ER...................................... ........................................ NBC.... 20.1

2 Friends................................. .................................... NBC.... 18.7

3 Law & Order................................... ..........................NBC.....14.5

4 West Wing.................................... ............................NBC.... 14.1

5 Will andGrace................................ .........................NBC......13.7

6 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.........................CBS..... 12.4

7 CBS Sunday Movie: Like Mother, Like Son.....CBS..... 11.3

8 Everybody Loves Raymond............................... CBS........11.2

9 Who Wants To Be a Millionaire - Tuesday....... ABC.........11.1

10 JudgingAmy.............................. ............................CBS.........10.8

11 Frasier................................. .................................... NBC........ 10.6

12 Becker.................................. ................................... CBS......... 10.4

13 Who Wants To Be a Millionaire - Sunday........ABC......... 10.1

14 60 Minutes................................. ................................CBS........... 9.9

15 Who Wants To Be a Millionaire - Wednesday....ABC.......... 9.7

16 Who Wants To Be a Millionaire - Friday.............. ABC......... 9.4

17 Providence.............................. ....................................NBC......... 9.3

18 Touched By an Angel.............................................. CBS......... 9.2

19 Who Wants To Be a Millionaire - Thursday......... ABC........ 9.0

19 (tie) NYPD Blue.................................... ....................... ABC.......... 9.0

The rating is the percentage of homes equipped with a TV in use.

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