Unscripted programs continue to give the broadcast nets a primetime ratings jolt this summer, but it was repeats of familiar favorites -- paced by CBS drama "CSI" -- topping the rankings last week.
So far, so good this summer for the broadcast nets, which for the first time in three years are delivering more viewers than the previous season. We're only three weeks into television's warm-weather…
Enough viewers checked into Fox's "Paradise Hotel" to make its premiere a winner Wednesday night, while the WB's surfing show "Boarding House: North Shore" delivered modest numbers in its bow.
Even the season's best pro basketball ratings weren't enough to put ABC in the winner's circle last week. With the NBA Finals delivering an audience significantly smaller than recent seasons, the…
In case you missed it, the NBA Finals are over. ABC's first crack at pro basketball's championship in 30 years ended Sunday, with the series between the San Antonio Spurs and New Jersey Nets…
New Jersey has been the butt of many jokes over the years, but ABC wasn't laughing when the Garden State showed up in both its NBA and Stanley Cup Finals.
NBC has successfully launched its third new unscripted series of the summer, as auds yukked it up Tuesday night with the two-hour premiere of "Last Comic Standing."
NBC's blitz of original summer programming is paying off, as the net posted a second straight weekly victory among young adults.
There's nothing quite like a Game 7 in sports to bring out the viewers.
The Tony Awards telecast is still not much of a mass-appeal ratings draw, but this year's expanded three-hour kudocast on CBS brought out younger viewers than last year's.