Monday night brought out the best in ratings for two of the season's hottest new scripted shows, CBS comedy "Two and a Half Men" and NBC drama "Las Vegas."
Powerful postseason professional pigskin perfs on two nets and the hottest-starting reality series in a year on another made for an extremely tight ratings race in the first full week of January…
Monday night was a two-network horse race in the adults 18-49 demo, with NBC and CBS tying for top honors, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
A weekend of thrilling NFL action produced boffo ratings for Fox and CBS, highlighted by the late Philadelphia-Green Bay overtime contest, which scored the best numbers for pro football's conference…
A boffo 90-minute NFL overrun from the overtime playoff game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers helped Fox cruise to a primetime ratings victory on Sunday, according to preliminary…
For a demonstration of the confounding, topsy-turvy nature of television in 2003, look no further than the rise and fall of "Joe Millionaire."
The holiday weeks were kind to NBC morning show "Today," whose third hour achieved some ratings records amid the eggnog and confetti.
NBC may have found its "Survivor." One week a phenomenon does not make, but the Peacock's corporate-world reality skein "The Apprentice" got off to a socko start airing behind "Friends" on Thursday…
When it comes to the broadcast net with the most midseason momentum, it's no contest: The Eye has it.
There's no slowing down Dick Clark or his annual New Year's Eve bash on ABC, which this time around drew its third-largest audience ever.