The 5 Most Popular TV Moments of 2011 (according to TiVo)

Published 2 years ago by , Updated January 6th, 2012 at 8:05 pm, This is a list post.

The 5 Most Popular TV Moments of 2011 (according to TiVo)

5 Most Popular TV Moments 2011 With the year coming to a close, it's time to take a look back at the most popular television moments from the 2011. Thanks to TiVo's not-at-all-creepy ability to track television viewing habits, they've put together a list of the five most popular moments that viewers watched over and over. Remember, this is THEIR list of most popular moments on TV from 2011 based on actual viewing - not ours. Want to look back at more TV moments of 2011? The 12 Most WTF TV Moments of 2011 The 15 Most Shocking TV Character Deaths of 2011

(ABC) Modern Family - Phil LOVES 'Strong Women'

5 Most Popular Tv Moments of 2011 - Modern Family "Hit and Run" (10-12-11) In Modern Family, Phil explains that he is turned on by powerful women, "Michelle Obama, Oprah, Condoleezza Rice, Serena Williams... wait a minute..." Read more Modern Family news: 2012 Golden Globe Nominations Announced The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards: Winners List DVD/Blu-ray Breakdown: September 20, 2011

(ABC) Modern Family - Claire's 'Hip' Clothing

5 Most Popular TV Moments 2011 - Modern Family "After the Fire" (11/16/2011) Claire receives a box of "out-of-date" clothes from a neighbor because the Dunphys are collecting supplies for someone who lost their house in a fire. The shirt on top of the box is exactly like the one she is wearing. Read more Modern Family news: 2012 Golden Globe Nominations Announced The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards: Winners List DVD/Blu-ray Breakdown: September 20, 2011

The 83rd Academy Awards - 'A King's Award'

5 Most Popular TV Moments 2011 - King's Speech Oscar The King's Speech is announced as the winner of Best Picture for 2011. Yeah, we don't get it, either...

Two and a Half Men - 'A Warlock's Wake'

5 Most Popular TV Moments 2011 - Two and a Half Men funeral

Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt (09-19-2011) In one of the most public feuds in the history of television, Chuck Lorre's decision to kill of Charlie Sheen's character, Charlie Harper, had over 28 million people tuning in to see his funeral. But the most popular moment from the episode was when Alan (Jon Cryer) delivers the eulogy for his brother Charlie Harper. Read more Two and a Half Men news: Charlie Sheen Loved ‘Two and a Half Men’ Premiere; Gets $125 Million Settlement ‘Two And A Half Men’ Season 9 Premiere Review & Discussion Two and a Half Men: Charlie Harper’s Gruesome Death Revealed; Sheen Responds

(FOX) Super Bowl XLV - Pass: INCOMPLETE

5 Most Popular TV Moments - Super Bowl Unsurprisingly, the most popular television moment of 2011 comes from the most viewed program of 2011, Super Bowl XLV. With only four minutes left in the fourth quarter, Ben Rothlisberger threw his last incomplete pass to Mike Wallace. That being said, the most popular moment could be Tramon Williams sticking his foot in Wallace's butt. Read more Super Bowl news: Crash The Super Bowl 2012: Shoot A TV Ad For A Shot At Fame & Fortune! Super Bowl Movie Trailers – 2011 Best Super Bowl Commercials of 2011

5 Most Popular TV Moments of 2011 (according to TiVo)

5 Most Popular TV Moments 2011 And there you have it! Were you surprised by any of the moments that made it to the list? How about the ones that were left off? Of course, you must remember that while these are TiVo's most popular TV moments of 2011, it's a given that some of the highest rated television programming made it to the top of the list. Want to look back at more TV moments of 2011? The 12 Most WTF TV Moments of 2011 The 15 Most Shocking TV Character Deaths of 2011
TAGS: modern family, oscars, super bowl, the king's speech, two and a half men

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  1. wow. I missed the 2nd, 4th and 5th most popular TV moments of 2011! I must’ve been too busy watching something worthwhile.

    Probably all 6 episodes of Spartacus: Gods of the Arena. Or Boss. Or Fringe. Or Alphas. Ok, it was probably The Sing Off. Possibly Once Upon A Time.

    Definitely The Walking Dead.

    • Also, Game of Thrones.

    • What is your problem? I have gone through several articles on this site today and you always have to put in your opinion on why the article is wrong. Good lord. You don’t like those shows, fine. But do not bring up Spartacus or The Sing Off to back yourself up.

  2. What a horrible list. No American Horror Story, No Walking Dead, No Breaking bad, No Hell on Wheels.
    Hey SR, do your own so we have a proper list. :)

  3. I’m surprised no political gaffes were mentioned; like Perry’s not remembering the third agency he would do away with, or Cain’s inability to remember why we were in the Lybian war, or Anthony Weiner and his…well, you know. :-)

    • Not enough room to print them all.

      • You know, it’s really not nice to make me almost spit my cereal all over my computer. :-P

  4. hmm no walking dead on the list? or game of thrones??

  5. The core thing is “according to TiVo” – apparently TiVo users only watch ABC, football, and the Oscars.

    Who the hell uses TiVo anymore?

  6. Debs in Dexter. Her response to snakes coming out of the stomach of the corpse of DDK’s latest tableau – ” Holy Frankenfux!”

  7. What no 16 and pregnat what about when Josephine found out who her babys daddy was

  8. I knew there was a reason Mike wallace didn’t catch that!

    Darn those Packers… get it? lol

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