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Houseguests Victoria and Cody on CBS' "Big Brother." (CBS / August 7, 2014)

For the second night in a row, CBS' "Big Brother" won over the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic, according to Nielsen.

The privacy-deprivation show earned a solid rating of 2.2 in the desired demographic. Roughly 6.3 million people tuned in to see who would get evicted from the house this week, making the show second to a CBS rerun of "Big Bang Theory."

The No. 1 most-watched program, "The Big Bang Theory," which received a rating of 1.5 in the key demographic, had roughly 7.6 million viewers.  The network had an average of 5.4 million viewers total, elevating it to the No. 1 spot overall.

Meanwhile, Spanish-language network Univision drew in about 3.6 million viewers. Its telenovela "Lo Que la Vida Me Robó" was the second most-watched in the key demo, with a rating of 1.7.

Univision and CBS tied for first most-watched network among the key demographic with a rating of 1.4. NBC took third most-watched network among the desired demographic with a rating of 1.3. About 4.5 million people watched the network overall, elevating it to second most-watched of the night.

Roughly 4.8 million people watched NBC's season finale of "Last Comic Standing." With a rating of 1.4 in the key demographic, the show was down 7% from its Season 7 finale. 

Also on the network, roughly 4.8 million people watched a rerun of "Hollywood Game Night," which earned a rating of 1.0 in the key demographic.

On ABC, about 4.4 million people tuned in to the network to watch episodes of "The Quest," "Rookie Blue" and the finale of "NY Med." However, due to local NFL pre-season preemptions, ratings for ABC are approximate.

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