CBS rules in prime time, claiming 16 of week's Top 20 shows

CBS had a gleam in its eye again last week as the network held on to its Nielsen crown. In prime-time viewership, CBS could claim the most-watched show, "NCIS," and another 15 of the Top 20 programs. (Remarkably, six of those CBS shows are freshman series.)

AMC's "The Walking Dead" placed third. NBC's "This Is Us" was ninth. ABC had a pair of entries with "Grey's Anatomy" and "The Bachelor" (14th and 15th, respectively).

CBS' broadcast launch of "The Good Fight," its spinoff of "The Good Wife" that will henceforth be available only on the CBS All Access pay channel, placed 21st with 7.2 million...