All-Star game was last week's most-viewed program
NEW YORK – Baseball's All-Star Game hit a home run with viewers last week.
The midsummer faceoff between the National and American leagues was the most-watched prime-time telecast during a week mostly notable for audience doldrums, according to figures released Tuesday by the Nielsen Co. Nearly 11 million viewers tuned in for Fox's coverage as the National League shut out its opposition, 8 to 0.
Otherwise, the week's most-watched programs were mostly reality and newsmagazine originals along with scripted reruns.
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