CBS continues to fly high with Emmy-winning reality skein "The Amazing Race," which reclaimed its standing as Tuesday's top-rated program in key demos.
While CBS was notching another summer primetime ratings victory last week, a trio of alternative entertainment skeins were making some noise on the broadcast webs.
Pass the pork rinds and gravy boat: The WB's "Blue Collar TV" is a ratings winner. Sketch comedy show, starring Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy, drew more than 5 million viewers…
The early evidence is in, and this is what Las Vegas sportsbooks would call a "pick 'em" contest.
It hasn't been a great summer for Fox, whose ambitious rollout of original programming has yielded mostly tepid ratings. The net appears to have found a hit, however, in unscripted makeover skein…
A few new series are making some noise this summer, including some original dramas on cable, but the top of the program rankings continues to be dominated by more familiar fare.
"Trading Spouses" turned out to be a good business move for Fox. Rushed premiere of the net's unscripted series, designed to beat ABC's similar fall entry "Wife Swap" to the air, handily won its…
The "Friends" era is over at NBC, and CBS is smelling blood on Thursday night. Combo of "Big Brother" and repeats of crime dramas "CSI" and "Without a Trace" helped the Eye web dominate Thursday's…
It was a pretty good night for "The Days" Sunday, as ABC's new family drama launched with promising results.
Fox drew a sizable aud for Tuesday's baseball All-Star Game, but that didn't keep hot summer skeins like the WB's "Summerland" and CBS' "The Amazing Race" from turning in more nifty Nielsen numbers.
Its broadcast rivals are wilting in the heat, but CBS is living it up this summer in the cabana. Last week, the return of popular unscripted franchises "Big Brother" and "The Amazing Race" helped the…