Audiences love ‘Raymond’

“Everybody Loves Raymond” went out a winner Monday on CBS, drawing nearly 33 million viewers — the largest audience for a scripted series this season. “Raymond,” a family comedy that barely survived its first season, wrapped its nine-year run by attracting its largest audience ever and the biggest for a CBS comedy in more than 12½ years — since the season premiere of “Murphy Brown” in 1992.

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