Highlights (excluding children’s programming):
- Comedy Central’s The Daily Show was the No. 1 TV show website among the cable networks (adults only), moving up from the No. 6 spot.
- Food Network’s Paula’s Home Cooking was No. 2, followed by Comedy Central’s South Park at No. 3.
- Moves among the top 25 websites included TLC’s Miss America: Countdown to the Crown at No. 9, up from No. 61; USA Network’s Burn Notice at No. 11, up from No. 39; and MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew at No. 12, up from No. 29.
Note: Rankings based on market share of US visits among custom category of cable television network websites from 30 leading commercial cable networks (A&E, ABC Family, Adultswim, AMC, BET, Bravo , CNN, Comedy Central, Discovery, Disney Network, E!, Food Network, FOX News, FX, Hallmark, HGTV, History Channel, Lifetime, MSNBC, MTV, Nick at Nite, Nickelodeon, SciFi, Spike, TLC, TNT, Travel Channel, TruTV, TVLand, USA, VH1), excluding sports networks, for the week ended January 24, 2009 (Sunday?to Saturday), from the Hitwise?sample of 10 million US Internet users.