Hawaii Five-0 is the fall's most watched new series to-date, while Mike & Molly ranks as its most-watched new comedy. All five shows helped CBS to win the first four weeks of the TV season.
"Everything has clicked so far this year—from development in January, to scheduling in May, to production over the summer, to marketing and publicity in the fall," CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler said in a statement. "It's all testimony to the executives in our halls who remain restless for more success, and the amazing creative talent on our sets who continue to deliver the goods."
Blue Bloods is the second most-watched new series, averaging 12.65 million viewers, just behind Hawaii Five-0's 14.15 million. The legal drama The Defenders is averaging 11.33 million viewers.
On the comedy side, Mike & Molly pulls in an average of 12.27 million viewers while $#*! My Dad Says averages 11.31 million viewers.