The All-California World Series between the San Francisco Giants and Anaheim Angels is off to a modest start in the ratings on Fox.
Fox Sports may have most of October's "magical matchups," but there are other network sports divisions that will be sad to see the month come to an end.
In a repeat of the previous week, NBC captured Thursday in key demos but saw CBS inch closer and move ahead in total viewers, according to prelim nationals from Nielsen.
NBC captured another Wednesday in adults 18-49,, with "Law & Order" putting it over the top.
The WB's "Smallville" is racing up the Nielsen charts faster than a speeding bullet, teaming with "Gilmore Girls" to help the network set more records on Tuesday night.
For the third straight week to start the season, NBC has captured primetime in key demos while CBS delivered the largest audience overall -- its best season-opening run in 10 years.
CBS made it four-for-four on Mondays this season, taking the night in key demos and total viewers behind "Everybody Loves Raymond" (20.6 million viewers, 7.3/17 in adults 18-49) and "CSI: Miami"…
The baseball series between a pair of Cinderella stories, the Anaheim Angels and Minnesota Twins, may have been too short for Fox's liking, but it's contributed to some solid ratings for the net.
ABC and NBC were in a close battle for Sunday's 18-49 lead, according to prelim nationals from Nielsen, while CBS drew the largest aud overall, thanks in part to an NFL overrun.
"CSI" surged to a record audience last week, helping CBS outdraw an all-original NBC lineup on a Thursday for the first time in nearly 18 months.
The Peacock remains perched atop the primetime leaderboard this season, but its feathers have been ruffled for the first time in years.