- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Rankings for the top 15 programs on cable networks as compiled by Nielsen for the week of Nov. 14-20. Day and start time (EST) are in parentheses:

1. NFL Football: Minnesota vs. Green Bay (Monday, 8:30 p.m.), ESPN, 9.99 million homes, 14.18 million viewers.

2. NFL Football: New York Jets vs. Denver (Thursday, 8:30 p.m.), NFLN, 4.87 million homes, 7.05 million viewers.

3. Auto Racing: NASCAR Sprint Cup (Sunday, 3 p.m.), ESPN, 4.54 million homes, 6.79 million viewers.

4. “SportsCenter” (Monday, 11:37 p.m.), ESPN, 4.47 million homes, 5.94 million viewers.

5. “Walking Dead” (Sunday, 9 p.m.), AMC, 4 million homes, 6.07 million viewers.

6. Auto Racing: Rain Delay (Sunday, 4:45 p.m.), ESPN, 3.5 million homes, 5.16 million viewers.

7. College Football: Nebraska at Michigan (Saturday, 12:02 p.m.), ESPN, 3.38 million homes, 4.23 million viewers.

8. “WWE Raw” (Monday, 10 p.m.), USA, 3.36 million homes, 4.9 million viewers.

9. “WWE Raw” (Monday, 9 p.m.), USA, 3.33 million homes, 5 million viewers.

10. “Storage Wars” (Tuesday, 10:30 p.m.), A&E, 3.07 million homes,, 4.23 million viewers.

11. “Jessie” (Friday, 9 p.m.), Disney, 3.02 million homes, 4.23 million viewers.

12. “SpongeBob SquarePants” (Saturday, 10:30 a.m.), Nickelodeon, 3.01 million homes, 4.32 million viewers.

13. “SpongeBob SquarePants” (Saturday, 9 a.m.), Nickelodeon, 3.009 million homes, 4.08 million viewers.

14. College Football: Oklahoma State vs. Iowa (Friday, 8 p.m.), ESPN, 3.004 million homes, 3.99 million viewers.

14. Movie: “The National Tree” (Sunday, 8 p.m.), Hallmark, 3.004 million homes, 4.01 million viewers.

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USA is owned by Comcast’s NBCUniversal. ESPN and the Disney Channel are owned by the Walt Disney Co. Nickelodeon is owned by Viacom. AMC is owned by AMC Networks. NFLN is owned by the NFL Enterprises LLC. A&E is owned by the A&E Television Networks. The Hallmark Channel is owned by Crown Media Holdings, Inc.

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