Featuring the descendants of the families.
The best in ambitious drama (Mad Men, Homeland) and fantastical comedy (Louie, Community).
It came away with six awards — twice as much as any other show.
Aside from the Olympics and Hatfields & McCoys, things were very grim across the cable box.
Here are seven of the most interesting things we discovered after digging into the summer TV numbers.
Wall Street Hatfields versus Occupy McCoys?
Nothing on cable — or, most likely, broadcast TV — will draw a bigger crowd this week.
Hatfields & McCoys drew 13.9 million viewers, making it the most-watched telecast in basic cable history outside of sports.
The History Channel miniseries is grim and despairing, but that's a compliment.