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The Nielson Ratings Top 25 television programs on broadcast TV (viewers 18-49) for the week ending April 12.

1    NCAA Basketball Championship    CBS 
2    Big Bang Theory      CBS  
3    Voice Monday         NBC   
4    Voice Tuesday       NBC 
5    Survivor        CBS   
6    Voice Special    NBC  
7    NCAA Basketball Championship Pre-game     CBS  
8    NCIS        CBS  
9    Criminal Minds     CBS 
10    Odd Couple        CBS   
11    Grey's Anatomy    ABC 
12    Dancing with the Stars        ABC   
13    Mom      CBS   
14    Chicago Fire        NBC  
15    Goldbergs        ABC 
16    Middle         ABC   
17    Black-ish         ABC   
18    60 Minutes        CBS   
19    Big Bang Theory    CBS   
20    Law And Order: SVU        NBC   
21    NCIS: New Orleans        CBS   
22    A.D. Bible         NBC   
23    Modern Family    ABC   
24    Once Upon A Time        ABC   
25    CSI: Cyber         CBS

Source: Nielson Ratings Company

The top 10 pop songs for the week of April 9. 

1    Uptown Funk!  -  Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars
2    Love Me Like You Do -   Ellie Goulding
3    See You Again -   Wiz Khalifa Featuring Charlie Puth
4    Sugar   - Maroon 5
5    FourFiveSeconds  -  Rihanna & Kanye West & Paul McCartney
6    Thinking Out Loud  -  Ed Sheeran
7    Earned It (Fifty Shades Of Grey) -   The Weeknd
8    G.D.F.R.  -  Flo Rida Featuring Sage The Gemini & Lookas
9    Shut Up & Dance   - WALK THE MOON
10    Trap Queen  -  Fetty Wap

Source: Top 10 Songs.com
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