HBO's 'Game of Thrones' finished its third season Sunday with its second-most-watched episode (5.4 million viewers), making it the week's top non-sports cable show.(Photo: Helen Sloan)Goodbyes.HBO'sGame of Thronesfinished its third season Sunday with its second-most-watched episode (5.4 million viewers), making it the week's top non-sports cable show. NBC'sRevolutionclosed its first season later than most broadcast shows with 6.2 million viewers on Monday. ABC Family'sThe Secret Life of the American Teenagerended its five-season run Monday with 1.5 million viewers. Other cable season finales included Lifetime'sArmy Wives, 2.4 million viewers on Sunday, and TBS'Men at Work, 1.7 million on Thursday.Newcomers.June opened with a number of series premieres. On ABC,Mistressesbegan its run with 4.4 million viewers on Monday. Cable debuts included USA'sGraceland(3.3 million) on Thursday; ABC Family'sThe Fosters(1.4 million) on Monday; TNT'sThe Hero(1.5 million) and72 Hours(820,000) on Thursday; Lifetime'sPretty Wicked Moms(802,000) on Tuesday; and TLC'sTheGood Buy Girls(448,000 and 333,000) on Wednesday.NIELSEN CHARTS:Track your favorite showsBack for more.Other shows returned for new seasons, including NBC'sAmerica's Got Talent(11.2 million) on Tuesday, which trailed only NBC'sThe Voiceon Monday (11.3 million) for the week among non-sports shows. USA'sBurn Noticeopened its final season Thursday with 4.3 million viewers, edging TNT's two-hourFalling Skiespremiere (4.2 million) on Sunday. Other premieres included: History'sMountain Men, 3 million viewers on Sunday; MTV'sTeen Wolf, 2.4 million on Monday; and TLC'sToddlers & Tiaras, 896,000 on Wednesday.Starry nights.CBS' Tony Awards broadcast Sunday brought in 7.3 million viewers, its best showing since 2009. TheCMT Music Awardsdrew 2.8 million on Wednesday.
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