As the summer television season nears a close, three high-profile unscripted skeins -- NBC's "The Restaurant," CBS' "The Amazing Race" and Fox's "American Juniors" -- ended their runs last week and…
On the heels of a twice-delayed somber telecast in fall 2001 and a somewhat-muted ceremony last year as the TV Academy sought a proper balance between laughter and levity, the Emmy Awards telecast is…
Even if the networks aren't successful in getting folks to stay home on Friday nights, at least they're now trying.
There's no "Survivor," "Fear Factor" or "American Idol" among this summer's crop of unscripted skeins, but the nets are generating solid numbers with their reality fare nonetheless.
Is there room for more than two networks on Thursday? We'll find out this season, as ABC, Fox and the WB, sniffing for the slightest vulnerability in Thursday gorillas NBC and CBS, have assembled…
Fox soap "The OC" lathered up stronger ratings in its second outing Tuesday, a good sign for a show headed for a tough Thursday timeslot this fall.
Hot reality series made all the difference in the primetime standings last week, as NBC and CBS both delivered winning weeks courtesy of their hits.
Auds may not quite be ready for the return of Roseanne Barr, whose unscripted ABC program sputtered in its premiere Wednesday night, falling well behind CBS' "Big Brother," which hit a summer high.
Ratings were merely OK for "The OC" on Tuesday, as the Fox drama -- the first of the new television season's series to debut -- opened modestly opposite the finale of NBC's "Last Comic Standing."…
Original unscripted programs continue to prop up the networks' ratings averages this summer, but it was repeats -- led by CBS drama "CSI" -- that delivered some of the most impressive numbers last…
By all accounts, crime rates in this country are down, but you'd never know it by turning on your television set. For the first time, TV's most-watched series is a crime drama -- CBS forensics phenom…