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Many of TV’s biggest hits rested in the week following Thanksgiving, a frame dominated by football and specs starring supermodels, country crooners and a certain red-nosed reindeer.

CBS didn’t air any of its top dramas or comedies, and the only ABC originals — its “Once Upon a Time”-led Sunday dramas — saw below-average perfs, perhaps due to a lack of series circulation earlier in the week.

Fox, which aired all of its top shows and introduced new comedy “I Hate My Teenage Daughter” to decent numbers, won the week in all key demos. The net was also significantly boosted by a Sunday NFL overrun, with more than 30 million viewers kicking off primetime that night.

According to Nielsen, Fox averaged a 3.0 rating/8 share in adults 18-49, well ahead of NBC (2.3/6), CBS (2.2/6) and ABC (1.8/5), with Univision (1.4/4) and ESPN (1.3/4) in a tight battle for fifth; Univision moved up to third in adults 18-34 (1.5/5), ahead of CBS and ABC. Fox also led in adults 25-54 (3.5/8 to 2.9/7 for CBS), while CBS edged out Fox in total viewers (8.9 million to 8.6 million).

For Fox, Sunday’s animated vets “The Simpsons” (4.0/10 in 18-49, 9.00m) and “Family Guy” (3.6/8, 7.14m) were above average thanks to the football overrun.

Earlier in the frame, “The X Factor” shined with Wednesday’s performance show (3.7/10, 11.04m), and Tuesday originals “Glee” (3.2/8, 7.90m), and “New Girl” looked good (3.6/9, 7.59m). Following “X Factor,” the premiere of “I Hate My Teenage Daughter” saw good-enough numbers (2.8/7, 6.80m), but it may be tough to hold at that level when the show’s primary competition is back in originals.

On the drama side, “Bones” led its Thursday hour (2.8/7, 8.91m), but the Monday tandem of “Terra Nova” (2.2/6, 7.19m) and “House” (2.6/6, 7.41m) were underwhelming.

CBS delivered the week’s top two 18-49 scores for nonsports programs with a pair of Tuesday specials: “Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show” (4.6/12, 10.39m), up 35% vs. last year, and “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” (4.0/11, 12.64m).

And though its top dramas and comedies all were preempted or aired repeats, CBS still fared well with repeats like “2 Broke Girls” (3.3/8, 7.70m) and “The Big Bang Theory” (3.0/9, 10.48m). And reality vets “Survivor” (3.1/9, 11.05m) and “The Amazing Race” (2.7/6, 9.58m) kept chugging along.

NBC was led as usual by “Sunday Night Football”: The Detroit Lions-New Orleans Saints matchup was the week’s No. 1 primetime program (7.4/18 in 18-49, 18.90m).

Net also benefited from some repeats and preemptions, as “Biggest Loser” (2.4/6, 7.12m), “Parenthood” (2.1/5, 5.76m) and “Law and Order: SVU” (2.2/6, 9.90m) were near season highs. Not seeing a meaningful uptick was the net’s Thursday comedy block, led by “The Office” (2.9/8, 5.71m) and “Whitney” (1.9/5, 3.93m).

ABC saw rookie hotshot “Once Upon a Time” (3.2/7, 9.66m) decline to its lowest score to date, although it continues to deliver big time-period gains. The net also did OK with specials like Thursday’s “CMA Country Christmas” (2.1/6, 9.03m), up nicely vs. last year, and perennials like “Shrek the Halls” (2.6/7, 7.70m) and “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” (2.2/6, 7.23m).

ESPN led the cable nets thanks mostly to its “Monday Night Football” contest between the New York Giants and New Orleans (5.6/15, 14.42m).

Disney Channel’s original movie “Good Luck Charlie: It’s Christmas,” based on the net’s hit sitcom, averaged 6.88 million viewers to become the most-watched live-action cable movie of 2011. It attracted 3.3 million kids 6-11 and 2.4 million in the 9-14 demo.

Other holiday pics that clicked included ABC Family’s “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” on Friday (3.85 million) and Hallmark’s “A Princess for Christmas” on Saturday (3.55m).

Among series to perform especially well were FX’s “Sons of Anarchy” (2.3/6, 4.42m), A&E’s “Storage Wars” (2.2/5, 5.57m), History’s “Parn Stars” (2.1/5, 5.75m) and Discovery’s “Gold Rush” (1.9/5, 4.74m).

TV Land’s “Hot in Cleveland” drew 1.94 million for its season preem Wednesday, followed by the debut of “The Exes” (1.44m).