In some ways, it seems the networks' Saturday programming strategies in recent years have resulted in a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Fox's long-running primetime series "Cops" and "America's Most Wanted" show no signs of slowing down, as Saturday's season preems apprehended better ratings than a year ago and led the net to an easy…
It's shaping up to be a fresh and freaky Friday on the nets this fall, with three broadcasters starting from scratch on the night and a fourth nearly doing the same.
Connie Chung's "Primetime" interview with Gary Condit combined with a pair of strong sports perfs to put ABC atop the ratings charts, ending NBC's months-long demo dominance.
ABC, continuing its streak of nabbing hot newsmaker interviews -- this time Thursday's Connie Chung chat with Rep. Gary Condit on "PrimeTime Live" -- attracted the largest audience for any program…
NBC topped primetime among young adults for an 18th straight frame in a week that again saw the major nets bunched together -- and way down compared with last year.
If any more slings or arrows were hurled in the direction of NBC's vaunted Thursday lineup, it would need to check into "ER."
The "Tiger Factor" was evident in golf's ratings over the weekend, as CBS' coverage of the PGA Championship -- a tourney in which Tiger Woods never threatened to win -- produced numbers sharply off…
NBC is looking to strike a little "Fear" into the premiere of CBS' highly-touted action reality series "The Amazing Race."
A family comedy duel, the next potential breakout reality series and a rare three-net drama battle at 10 highlight Wednesday's wars on the networks this fall.
More fun and games helped ABC to one of its strongest weeks in months, as the premiere of Wayne Brady's variety show, the return of Monday night football action and four doses of "Who Wants to Be a…