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The Noughties: US TV
The Hollywood Reporter has published a list of the Top Ten most watched TV shows (in the US) since 2000.
Source: The Hollywood

Category: Trivialists / Entertainment, TV, Nought
Last updated: 05/12/09
Friends: May 6, 2004, 52.5 million viewers The Final episode.
Survivor: Borneo: Aug. 23, 2000, 51.7 million viewers
Series finale with $1 million prize.
Joe Millionaire: Feb. 17, 2003, 40 million viewers
The twist was that he wasn't a millionaire. The winning 'bacherlorette' was chosen and finally told the truth in this finale.
ER: Feb. 17, 2000, 39.4 million viewers
A car crash the previous week left Lucy Knight and John Carter gravely injured after they were attacked by schizophrenic patient. A massive audience tuned in for this episode, "All in the Family," to see who would survive.
American Idol: Jan. 16, 2007, 38.1 million viewers
The pinnacle of the show's popularity. This episodse was the premiere of the sixth season.
Grey's Anatomy: Feb. 5, 2006, 38 million viewers
This was a post-Super Bowl episode.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: May 3, 2000, 36 million viewers
Frasier: May 18, 2000, 33.7 million viewers
Season 7 finale when Niles confessed his love for Daphne on the eve of her wedding.
Everybody Loves Raymond: May 16, 2005, 32.9 million viewers
Series finale.
Spin City: May 24, 2000, 32.8 million viewers
The final episode starring Michael J. Fox, who left the show because of his worsening Parkinson's symptoms.