Sure, Game of Thrones is popular

But when it comes to the The World’s Most-Watched Show, that title belongs to a series that doesn’t get nearly as much ink as the question of whether Jon Snow is actually dead. That show: CBS’s NCIS

For the last six seasons, the crime drama has more than held its own with cable TV beasts like Thrones and The Walking Dead, with its last season averaging 21.19 million viewers per new episode in the U.S. after 7 days of DVR playback. (Both cable shows hover around the 20-22 million range as well, streams and DVR playback included.) Read more…

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How ‘NCIS’ became the world’s most-watched show