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October 05, 2010 14:42 ET

"Family Guy" Climbs to No. 1 in the "kgb TV Standings"

kgb 542542 Text Answer Service and Are Great Sources for Answers to Questions About the New Fall TV Lineup

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - October 5, 2010) -  "Family Guy" soared to No. 1, replacing "Glee," which dropped five spots in this week's "kgb TV Standings," which tracks the popularity of the new fall TV lineup based on the number of questions per show asked of kgb 542542 text answer service and kgb Answers at No. 4 "CSI" and No. 2 "Dancing with the Stars" flip- flopped spots this week while "Supernatural" jumped three rungs to No. 3 and "Jersey Shore" tumbled two spots to No. 5. "Glee" is No. 6, followed by "The Office," which returns to the rankings after a one-week absence, and newcomer "The Simpsons." Rounding out the top 10 were "Dexter," which dropped two spots, and newcomer "South Park." Dropping out this week were "Sons of Anarchy," "One Tree Hill" and "House MD."

Below please find the list of the top 10 most-talked about TV shows (in order) in the "kgb TV Standings," according to questions asked between Sept. 26 and Oct. 3.

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In addition to texting kgb for all your new fall TV lineup questions, fans can also visit kgb Answers at and check out the service's most-asked TV show queries for free on the site's television category page Site visitors can search kgb's vast database of millions of questions and answers at no charge. kgb is featuring TV show content to showcase the extensive variety of questions users ask the service -- and the top-quality answers that kgb Agents research in response.

The most popular new fall TV lineup questions asked of kgb to date include (answers provided through the links below):

In "Family Guy," can everyone hear Stewie when he talks?

What is the name of the episode of "CSI" that Justin Bieber stars in?

How much do the stars get for winning "Dancing With the Stars?"

Do the people on "Jersey Shore" have a TV at their house?

Is the new football coach on "Glee" a woman or a man?

In "The Office," who is dating Pam?

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kgb is a privately held, New York-based company and the world's largest independent provider of directory assistance and enhanced information services. During its nineteen year history, kgb has built some of the most successful brands in the telecommunications, customer care and enhanced information services sectors. kgb's European brands include The Number 118 118 in the United Kingdom and Le Numero 118 218 in France, both of which are leading players in their respective markets.

kgb has pioneered the provision of a broad range of wholesale and retail information services beyond traditional directory assistance services, including call completion, movie listings, train schedules, price comparisons and "Ask Us Anything" service across multiple platforms, including mobile and landline phones, SMS and the Internet. In 2009, kgb launched its text answer service, 542542 (kgbkgb) following the success of kgb's similar "Ask Us Anything" premium text answer service in the United Kingdom. Early in 2010, kgb extended the brand to the Web with the launch of, a site where users can search the vast kgb database of questions and answers, or ask their own question directly to a kgb Special Agent. kgb's customer care business operates in the U.S. and Europe and has over ten years of experience in providing call center support for many leading customer service and sales-oriented organizations across a variety of industry groups, including telecommunications, cable, utilities, government, and health care.

In 2010, kgb harnessed its database of hyper-local directory assistance information to launch, a coupon deal site that brings its members a daily discount on popular products and services. Also in 2010 in the U.S. and Europe, kgb launched, a people search engine that enables consumers to monitor their profile on the Web, set alerts, and manage their reputation online. Last year kgb served more than a hundred million consumers globally and answered hundreds of millions of questions.

The names of the television shows, character names and names of the cast members cited in this press release are referenced from actual questions received by kgb542542 and during the past two weeks from television viewers across America and the inclusion of these names in this release does not constitute an endorsement of kgb or its products and services by the television networks or the actors and actresses mentioned in this press release.

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