NBC is riding high today as the final ratings for TV shows in 2013-2014 are in, and Sunday Night Football remains at the top in terms of primetime shows watched. The Big Bang theory found it sitting at the #2 spot.

According to Dateline:

Sunday Night Football finishing the season as the No. 1 show in primetime in total viewers (21.528 million viewers) and among adults 18-49 (9.971 million viewers), based on Live+Same Day data from Nielsen.

Yes, it was a ridiculous landslide (especially in the sports category) and a reminder that the NFL still is still king in America. You can see the full rankings HERE.

Sunday Night Football mopped up this season — the franchise not only finished No. 1 for the season, in 2+ and the demo, but also among adults 18-34 and 25-54 — which included season wins not only with men 18-49, 18-34 and 25-54 but also with women 18-34 and 18-49. NBC also notes that 12 SNF games averaged at least 20 million viewers, tying the network’s Sochi Winter Olympics for most primetime telecasts with an average of 20 million viewers tuned in (not including pre-/post-shows).