"CSI: Miami" held up well in its second outing Monday, capping another big night for CBS, which also saw "Still Standing" draw the largest premiere aud for any new comedy this season.
NBC remains the net to beat in key demos this fall, but it was CBS and the WB that made the biggest strides in the opening week of the season.
CBS easily won the second Monday of the new season, as "CSI: Miami" held up very well and new comedy "Still Standing" was solid in its premiere, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
NBC closed out a winning opening week of the season Sunday with promising premieres from new dramas "American Dreams" and "Boomtown" and a powerful score from the returning "Law & Order: Criminal…
NBC closed out the opening week of the new season with a Sunday victory courtesy of its 8-11 p.m. drama lineup, which included solid premieres for the new "American Dreams" and "Boomtown" and the…
This may be the 200-channel era, but if you're an adult under 55, there's a good chance you were watching one of two networks on Thursday night: NBC or CBS.
Cutting-edge and trendy fare may make it on critics lists and bring home the Emmys, but when it comes to opening a show to the largest possible audience, it pays to be something else -- familiar.
It was a two-net race on the opening Thursday of the new season, with programs on NBC (led by "Friends") and CBS (paced by "CSI") scoring monster ratings, according to prelim nationals from Nielsen…
ABC continued its early-season success with comedies Wednesday, as the one-hour preem of "My Wife and Kids" was the night's standout performer, overshadowing a strong finale for CBS' "Big Brother 3"…
ABC's "My Wife and Kids" and NBC's "The West Wing" were the standout performers on the opening Wednesday of the season, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.