There was room for two high-profile original movies on Sunday, as both NBC's "Saving Jessica Lynch" and CBS' "Elizabeth Smart Story" scored with auds, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
Conventional wisdom had CBS taking take control of Thursday nights after "Friends" bid adieu next spring. Well, the Eye isn't waiting.
Each of the three programs on CBS' Thursday sked set in-season ratings highs this week, powering the Eye to a virtual first-place tie with NBC for the night's adults 18-49 lead, according to…
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The 37th annual "CMA Awards" delivered its largest audience in seven years for CBS on Wednesday, helping the net wrap the opening week of the November sweep in a strong position.
The "37th Annual Country Music Assn. Awards" was a strong performer for CBS on Wednesday, ruling the night in all key measures and delivering its largest overall audience in six years, according to…
ABC comedy "8 Simple Rules ... for Dating My Teenage Daughter" returned to the airwaves Tuesday and drew more than 20 million viewers. The hourlong episode was the first to incorporate the death of…
ABC comedy "8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter" returned to the airwaves Tuesday and drew nearly 21 million viewers, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen. The hourlong episode…
Two weeks after Fox's second edition of "Joe Millionaire" opened with nearly bankrupt numbers, NBC successfully launched "Average Joe" to well-above-average scores on Monday, including the best…
Powered by their strong Thursday lineups, NBC and CBS were the standout performers in primetime last week as the November sweep got under way -- but it was a soft week overall for broadcasters.
"Average Joe," NBC's reality-series answer to Fox's "Joe Millionaire," debuted to strong ratings Monday despite going up against the highest-rated episode of CBS drama "CSI: Miami" this season…
There's no slowing down Fox's "The Simpsons," which kicked off its 15th season with winning numbers Sunday. Net didn't do as well, though, with its new laffer "Arrested Development."