By now, you’ve probably seen the FOX Top 10, which lists the top 10 most watched cable shows.
For those not familiar with the show, it’s basically a way for cable networks to rank their most-watched programs, and it’s a pretty simple formula.
Here’s how the Top 10 works: First, the network lists its top 10 programs on a list that ranges from its highest-rated to its lowest-rated shows.
Then, it ranks its programs on that list from highest-to-lowest-rated, with the lowest-ranked program at the top.
The network then uses that ranking to determine which of its shows it will air in its next primetime slot.
That list includes everything from the most-viewed series to the most most-liked show to the top five of the most watched shows, with all of those rankings determined by the network’s network-wide average rating.
But the bottom five, which includes the most recent ratings and the best of the network, get eliminated.
That leaves the Top Five, which takes the top three spots on the list.
And then, finally, the last three spots are awarded to the network in which it ranked the best show, as well as the network that had the most viewers for the show.
Here are the top 20 programs in the FOX rankings as of Tuesday morning, with a couple of caveats.
FOX is using the final numbers to determine the order in which they will air.
The top two programs on the Fox Top 10 will air at 8 p.m.
ET, the second at 9 p.t. and the third at 10 p.