NEW YORK (AP) -- With the Olympics gone, so are many of broadcast television's prime-time viewers.

The Nielsen company said that no broadcast program exceeded 10 million viewers last week. The closest was NBC's "America's Got Talent" on Tuesday, which finished just shy of 10 million.

NBC managed to keep the status as the most-watched network last week between "America's Got Talent" and an exhibition football game that aired on Saturday.

NBC's "Grimm" premiered a new season by finishing No. 15 in Nielsen's ranking.