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‘Hawaii Five-0’ wins top ratings despite drop in viewership

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    Nick Lachey, left, and Vanessa Minnillo were guest stars on the Valentine's Day episode of "Hawaii Five-0."
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There’s no way to know whether Valentine’s Day lovers found something else to do besides watch TV, but "Hawaii Five-0" won the ratings war Monday night in a time slot that saw numbers decline for its major competitors.

"Five-0" attracted 10.37 million viewers, down slightly from the 11.01 million it drew last week, according to Nielsen ratings information released yesterday by CBS.

ABC’s "Castle" drew 8.75 million viewers, while the week before it drew 9.26 million. NBC’s "Harry’s Law" drew 8.51 million viewers. Last week it drew 9.22 million viewers.

Among adults 18-49, a key target audience for "Five-0," the show drew 2.8 percent of the total TV viewing audience and 8 percent of those who were watching TV at the time.

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