William Petersen by Robert Voets/CBS William Petersen by Robert Voets/CBS

As promised, the first meaningful batch of live-plus-seven-days ratings is in, and both ABC's Grey's Anatomy and CBS' pool of procedurals can claim bragging rights (if, in fact, people choosing not to watch your show live is to be boasted about). For the first real week of fall-season competition (starting Sept. 24), Grey's enjoyed the biggest boost from DVD playback - two million total viewers. CBS, however, notes that out of the 15 shows that gained a million-plus heads, it boasts seven - led by CSI in the No. 2 slot - which is more than any rival.

Rounding out the top 10 are Heroes (which received the biggest lift in 18-49), House, CSI: Miami, Criminal Minds, Bionic Woman, The Office, Numbers and Journeyman.

Overall, the Big Four networks saw a five percent increase in viewership tallies once DVR playbacks were factored in.

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