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What we watched last week (Hint: It wasn't in English)

Now that the rollout of Nielsen people meters in South Florida is complete, the company can give us much Sabado quicker snapshots of what we're watching on TV. And that turns out to be telenovelas and Don Francisco. Of the top 10 primetime shows in South Florida the week of Aug. 10, only one aired on English-language TV: WFOR-CBS 4's 60 Minutes, tied for eighth place. No. 1 was Univision's Saturday extravaganza Sabado Gigante; the rest of the top 10 consisted of various episodes novelas, WAMI-Telefutura-69's Yo Soy Betty, La Fea and WLTV-Univision 23's Manana Es Para Siempre. Of the top 31 shows, 21 were telecast in Spanish.

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