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.
Fox's "The Simple Life," one week from its finale, again dominated its timeslot in key demo categories and helped lead-out freshman drama "The OC" to series-high ratings.
One of the final episodes of reality series "The Simple Life" dominated its timeslot Wednesday in key demos and helped the net to a nightly victory in adults 18-49, according to preliminary nationals…
NBC drama "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" hit a season high Tuesday, pacing the net to victory on the night in adults 18-49, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen. CBS drew the most…
Net's comedies on Monday, bolstered by the addition of "Eve" in the 8:30 slot, are working very well, averaging an 8 share in women 18-34 and on par with its solid year-ago perf on the night.
Net has added three solid pieces to its sked in "Joan of Arcadia," "Two and a Half Men" and "Cold Case," while military crime drama "Navy NCIS" has also performed well.