"America's Got Talent" on NBC drew 9.4 million viewers in announcing the latest results, according to updated ratings. Orlando's Extreme Dance Company was dropped.
"Big Brother" on CBS pulled in 6.6 million viewers, but it was easily the biggest show of the night with the 18-to-49 age group.
The Little League game averaged nearly 5 million viewers, making it the most-watched Little League World Series telecast ever on ESPN. There was great interest in Pennsylvania pitcher Mo'ne Davis, although her team lost 8-1 to Nevada. The audience was up 155 percent from the comparable Little League game last year.
Other programs of note: An "America's Got Talent" recap delivered 5.7 million for NBC. A two-hour helping of Halle Berry's "Extant" pulled in 5.6 million for CBS."Taxi Brooklyn" picked up 4.6 million for NBC.
The prime-time averages: NBC with 6.6 million, CBS with 5.9 million, ABC with 3.7 million, Fox with 3.5 million for "So You Think You Can Dance" and The CW with 1.1 million. But thanks to "Big Brother," CBS edged NBC in the 18-to-49 age group.
In Orlando, "America's Got Talent" drew 185,692 viewers and "Big Brother" attracted 122,066. The Little League game was third with an impressive 84,739. Rounding out the top five in total viewers were the "America's Got Talent" recap with 81,815 and "Taxi Brooklyn" with 78,007.
Favorites of the local 18-to-49 age group were the "America's Got Talent" results, "Big Brother," the 8:30 p.m. repeat of "The Goldbergs" on ABC, the "America's Got Talent" recap and the 9 p.m. "Modern Family" repeat on ABC.