The Eye had it in primetime last week, topping the network standings in key demographics for the first time this season and extending its winning streak in total viewers to five weeks.
The "Billboard Music Awards," likely boosted by host Bernie Mac, delivered its best young-adult demo score in four years Tuesday night on Fox.
The TV industry honoring its best at the Emmys, the roar of the crowd at the seventh game of the World Series, Rudolph with his nose so bright.
CBS has taken the seasonal lead in total viewers with its fourth straight weekly victory, while NBC continues its mastery in key young-adult demos.
Two movies airing outside the clutter of sweeps -- ABC's "Brian's Song" and CBS' "Jack & the Beanstalk: The Real Story" -- delivered strong ratings Sunday.
In a race reminiscent of last November's Bush-Gore battle, NBC has edged out Fox for the month's coveted young-adults demo crown.
Eye, Eye, Eye: As NBC and Fox fought to the finish for demographic bragging rights, CBS Wednesday claimed a total-viewers victory in the November sweeps, marking the net's third consecutive ratings…
Nearly 30 million viewers were glad they had some time together with the "Carol Burnett Show" gang Monday night, as a reunion special delivered monster ratings for CBS.
NBC and CBS again split the weekly ratings honors, with the Peacock prevailing in young adults and the Eye drawing the largest aud overall.
Fox remains a menace to NBC's bid for the November sweeps demo crown, as strong ratings for the television debut of the most recent "Star Wars" movie have given the Murdoch net the lead heading into…
They'll still be yanking people out of quicksand on TBS, pulling pranks on unsuspecting saps on VH1 and debunking conspiracies over on TNN, but some things on cable have changed.