October 2004
Daily Variety;10/27/2004, Vol. 285 Issue 18, p51
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The article presents information on the television programs broadcast on various television networks, throughout the week in the U.S. The channels listed include ABC, NBC, UPN, and Fox. The article also presents a list of the top 25 shows for the age groups 18-49. These programs include "Baseball: ALCS Game 7" on Fox, "Desperate Housewives" on ABC, "CSI" on CBS, "Baseball: ALCS Game 4," on Fox, "Baseball: World Series 2" on Fox, "Baseball: World Series 1" on Fox, "ER" on NBC, "CSI: Miami" on CBS. "Survivor: Vanuatu" on CBS and "The Apprentice 2" on NBC.


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