It doesn't matter what the networks shoot out of the Sunday cannon -- and they've fired some heavy ammo -- they continue to lose big chunks of ground to cable on the night.
Many Americans appeared to say "enough's enough" when it comes to Sept. 11 anniversary coverage, as preliminary estimates for Wednesday indicate below-average primetime viewing levels.
Younger viewers, especially, were ready for some football Monday, as the 33rd season of ABC's "Monday Night Football" got off to a strong start.
As "American Idol" wrapped up, Fox cleaned up. Three hours of gaudy "Idol" finale numbers on Tuesday and Wednesday helped the net score some historic ratings finishes last week -- including victories…
Marquee matchups on the tennis court and gridiron produced strong ratings over the weekend as the fall sports season kicks into high gear.
There will come a time when somebody puts on something that's fun, entertaining and worth staying home for on Saturday night -- it's just not happening this fall.
Fox's "American Idol" delivered more record-setting numbers Tuesday with the first of this week's two-part finale, surpassing 18 million viewers overall.
"American Idol" continues to boost Fox's primetime averages but it was a more consistent NBC that came away with another victory among young adults in the final week of the summer season.
Rain washed out a number of scheduled U.S. Open tennis matches over the Labor Day weekend, but CBS and the USA Network said they've successfully maneuvered to satisfy advertisers who have bought lots…
For a second straight season, NBC is standing pat with its winning Friday lineup while its rivals are busy make wholesale changes.