New episodes of unscripted series on all the networks and a trio of repeat scripted skeins on CBS continue to rule primetime's summer ratings wars.
Local station KCAL 9 achieved a ratings first on Friday when its coverage of the California Angels' game against the Seattle Mariners outrated a Dodgers game on KCOP 13.
It's time to clear out the summer ratings notebook, one week prior to the start of Variety's annual night-by-night fall analysis series.
A pair of programs with gangbuster premieres performed like mere mortals when they opposed each other in their second outings Wednesday night.
NBC's "Meet My Folks" is the latest unscripted series this summer to bow with boffo numbers as Monday's preview episode took advantage of a strong lead-in to dominate its time period in key demos.
"American Idol" is making a big difference for Fox this summer, leading the net to a record-setting third straight weekly victory among young adults.
It's been a fairly hot start to summer for many of the unscripted programs to air, but repeats of some dramas and sitcoms are dragging the networks down in the ratings.
It took only 30 minutes for Fox's latest reality series, "30 Seconds to Fame," to look like a hit, but the ratings news wasn't quite as good for the net's other Wednesday premiere, reality/comedy…
Fox's "American Idol" is picking up ratings steam as it approaches the halfway point of its summerlong competition.
Boosted by the summer's hottest reality series, Fox and NBC tied for the primetime lead last week in key demos, while CBS was again the most-watched network.
In the business of television, there's no payout window for a statistic like median age, but it's an interesting measuring stick nonetheless.