NBC's "Saturday Night Live" continues to perform at a high level this season, with its third broadcast of the season outdrawing all primetime shows on the night in key demos.
"Friends" again easily handled "Survivor" Thursday in their second battle this season, as ratings for the juggernaut reality adventure series appear to have come back to earth.
ABC's Wednesday comedies are on a roll, as "My Wife and Kids" hit a series high in key demos and newcomer "According to Jim" again impressed.
Young Superman tale "Smallville" proved to be more powerful than a locomotive Tuesday, premiering to some of the best ratings in the WB net's seven-year history.
A still-sizzling "Friends" and the seemingly unstoppable "Law & Order" franchise have lifted NBC to its third straight ratings victory to start the season.
Saturday night has long been known for its depressed levels of television viewing, but this fall the broadcast nets' downer Friday lineups could use some Prozac too. A shot of testosterone wouldn't…
Several new dramas spiked in the ratings Sunday opposite baseball on Fox, but the night's strongest performer was CBS' behind-the-scenes movie "Surviving Gilligan's Island."
That sigh of relief you heard Friday was coming from CBS -- and perhaps anybody else who has a stake in the future of unscripted programming.
The season premiere of "Ed" bolstered NBC's already strong Wednesday lineup this week, while ABC got some much-needed good news on the comedy front as new laffer "According to Jim" held up well in…
ABC's Tuesday, once the network's dominant night, is crumbling around its soft center this season -- with sked changes imminent after an even weaker perf from "Bob Patterson" in its second try.
It's early in the season but, according to some pundits, a slew of primetime programs are already on the chopping blocks.