UPDATED: Any performer who can bring in 11 million viewers on Friday night these days has a special appeal.

Tom Selleck delivered 11.7 million viewers to CBS for the season premiere of "Blue Bloods," according to updated ratings. He was also the biggest draw in Central Florida.

In the national ratings, CBS won Friday night in total viewers and the 18-to-49 age group. CBS had the most viewers at 8 p.m. with "Undercover Boss" (8.2 million) and at 9 with "Hawaii Five-O" (9.5 million).

At 10, "Blue Bloods" topped two news magazines: "Dateline NBC" with 6.5 million over two hours and ABC's "20/20" with 4.4 million.

But reality was a winner for other networks in the 18-to-49 age group. At 8, Fox's "MasterChef Junior" had 4.3 million viewers, but more young adults than "Undercover Boss." At 9, ABC's "Shark Tank" had 6.9 million viewers, but more young adults than "Hawaii Five-O."

In Central Florida, the most-watched programs were "Blue Bloods" with 159,100 viewers, "Shark Tank" with 133,700, "Hawaii Five-O" with 131,000, ABC's "Last Man Standing" with 129,100 and "Undercover Boss" with 109,300. Close behind was ABC's "The Neighbors" with 106,700.

The top shows with young adults were "Shark Tank," "MasterChef Junior," "Last Man Standing," "Dateline" and "The Neighbors."

The prime-time averages for the broadcast networks: CBS with 9.8 million, NBC with 5.7 million, ABC with 5.5 million, Fox with 3.5 million and The CW with 790,000.