Delayed viewing was an even bigger factor for TV's most time-shifted shows in 2016, according to Nielsen.
AMC's Better Call Saul saw a 278.7% increase in viewers from time shifting, ranking it first in percentage change. A year ago, Better Call Saul got a 215.2% increase from time shifting, ranking it third. The top show in 2015 was Fargo, which registered a 240.3% increase.
FX's American Horror Story was No. 2 with a 245.5% increase, and The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, also on FX, was third at 238.6%.
Nielsen said three reality shows made the top 10, up from just one a year ago.
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