The Media Chart for April 22: ABC Dances to the Top

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The Media Chart is a weekly look at what's topping the rankings and the ratings.

Someone finally broke CBS's stranglehold on broadcast's No. 1 spot. ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" tops the ratings for the week ending April 17.

And elsewhere, "Sisters" beat out "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in DVD rentals.

TV RATINGSWeek Ending Sunday, April 17
BROADCAST
Rank Program Network Rating
1 Dancing With the Stars ABC 8.1
2 60 Minutes CBS 6.7
3 The Voice (Tuesday) NBC 6.6
4 Blue Bloods CBS 6.6
5 The Voice (Monday) NBC 6.5
6 NCIS CBS 6.4
7 Little Big Shots (Sun., 8 p.m.) NBC 6.2
8 Empire FOX 6.2
9 Madam Secretary CBS 6.0
10 NCIS: New Orleans (Tues., 10 p.m.) CBS 6.0
CABLE
Rank Program Network Rating
1 Democratic Presidential Debate, New York CNN 3.5
2 Fear the Walking Dead AMC 3.2
3 N.B.A.: Memphis vs. San Antonio, Game 1 TNT 2.4
4 N.B.A.: Memphis vs. Golden State (Regular Season) ESPN 2.3
5 WWE Raw (Mon., 9 p.m.) USA 2.2
6 WWE Raw (Mon., 8 p.m.) USA 2.2
7 WWE Raw (Mon., 10 p.m.) USA 2.1
8 N.B.A.: Utah vs. Los Angeles Lakers (Regular Season) ESPN 2.1
9 The O'Reilly Factor (Monday) FOXNC 2.0
10 N.B.A.: Portland vs. Los Angeles Clippers, Game 1 TNT 1.9
N.B.A.: Dallas vs. Oklahoma City, Game 1 ESPN 1.9
N.B.A.: Boston vs. Atlanta, Game 1 ESPN 1.9
N.B.A.: Charlotte vs. Miami, Game 1 TNT 1.9
Source: The Nielsen Company. Television rating is based on 115.8 million households for live and same-day viewing of programs of at least 30 minutes duration.
DOMESTIC BOX OFFICE 2016Year-to-Date Through Sunday, April 17
Rank Film Studio Gross (Millions)
1 Star Wars: The Force Awakens* Buena Vista $935.6
2 Deadpool* Fox 360.1
3 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice* Warner Bros. 311.3
4 Zootopia* Buena Vista 307.5
5 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 Lionsgate 281.7
6 The Martian Fox 228.4
7 Spectre Sony 200.1
8 The Revenant* Fox 183.2
9 Hotel Transylvania 2 Sony 169.7
10 Daddy's Home Paramount 150.4
Source: BoxOfficeMojo.com. Box office gross for films in theaters since Jan. 1; films marked with an asterisk are still in theaters.
DVD RENTALSWeek Ending Sunday, April 17
Rank Film Days in Release Studio
1 Sisters 33 Universal
2 Star Wars: The Force Awakens 12 Disney/Lucasfilm
3 Daddy's Home 26 Paramount
4 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip 33 Fox
5 Creed 47 Warner/MGM
6 The Forest 5 Universal
7 In the Heart of the Sea 40 Warner
8 The Hateful Eight 19 Anchor Bay
9 Concussion 19 Sony Pictures
10 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 26 Lionsgate
Source: Home Media Magazine.
MAGAZINE AUDIENCEFebruary 2016
Shelter
Rank Property Audience (Millions) Change
1 Country Living 20.3 24.8%
2 This Old House 9.1 -14.2
3 HGTV Magazine 9.0 3.7
4 The Family Handyman 8.9 5.4
5 House Beautiful 7.9 8.6
6 Sunset 6.0 4.4
7 Architectural Digest 5.8 13.6
8 Coastal Living 4.8 -5.8
9 Midwest Living 4.6 0.6
10 Mother Earth News 4.3 16.2
Source: MPA - The Magazine Association. Total print and digital audience. Change is over February 2015.
DIGITAL SONGSWeek Ending Thursday, April 14
Rank Title Artist Label
1 One Dance Drake Republic
2 7 Years Lukas Graham Warner
3 No Meghan Trainor Epic
4 Panda Desiigner G.O.O.D./Def Jam
5 Pop Style Drake Republic
6 Work From Home Fifth Harmony Syco/Epic
7 I Took a Pill in Ibiza Mike Posner Monster Mtn./Island
8 My House Flo Rida Atlantic/Poe Boy
9 Pillowtalk Zayn Malik RCA
10 Dangerous Woman Ariana Grande Universal/Republic
Source: Billboard.
DISC SALESWeek Ending Sunday, April 17
Rank Film (Street Date) Studio Index
1 Star Wars: The Force Awakens (4/5) Disney/Lucasfilm 100.00
2 Justice League vs. Teen Titans (4/12) Warner 9.17
3 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (3/22) Lionsgate 8.24
4 The Hateful Eight (3/29) Anchor Bay 7.67
5 The Forest (4/12) Universal 5.32
6 The Good Dinosaur (2/23) Disney 3.40
7 Daddy's Home (3/22) Paramount 3.18
8 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip (3/15) Fox 3.00
9 Creed (3/1) Warner/MGM 2.82
10 Concussion (3/29) Sony Pictures 2.78
Source: HomeMediaMagazine.com. Index is a film's sales percentage of the best-selling title, based on units sold for DVD and Blu-Ray discs.