Ratings: ‘Talent’ Gets a Three-Peat

NBC won Wednesday night for the third week in a row with a new episode of “America’s Got Talent”

"America's Got Talent" scored a three-peat leading NBC to a Wednesday night ratings win for the third week in a row.

HOT PROPERTY "Talent" was Wednesday night's top primetime program with a 3.0 rating/9 share in the key adults 18-49 demographic. The show has been NBC's lone ratings hit in an otherwise dismal summer. It's no wonder why NBC/Universal President Jeff Zucker won't give up "America's Got Talent" judge Piers Morgan to CNN.

DANCE DANCE REVOLUTION Fox finished in second place with a two-hour episode of "So You Think You Can Dance, which posted a 2.2/7. So far this summer, "SYTYCD" is outperforming it's fall average by 8 percent.

VIVA UNIVISION Spanish language-broadcaster Univision beat both CBS and ABC on Wednesday for the fourth week in a row. Univision scored a 1.7/6 average for the night with "Don Francisco Presents" and two novelas– "Soy Tu Duena" and "Hasta Que El Dinero Nos Separe." CBS posted a 1.6/5 average for the evening and ABC was in last place with a 1.0/3. CBS' fourth place finish came in spite of a new episode of summer reality stalwart "Big Brother" that earned 2.3/8, up 10 percent from last year's telecast.