The World Series on Fox may have settled for historically low ratings, but the Fall Classic still enabled the net to win its first week of the season in key demos.
Sports was where it was at on Sunday, with NBC's "Sunday Night Football" prevailing over Fox's fourth and final game of the World Series. Fox, though, was expected to win the night as it generated…
Led by "The Big Bang Theory" and "Two and a Half Men," the top two shows of the night, CBS notched a victory in key demos on Thursday. ABC rookie "Last Resort" stumbled in its fifth outing, as did…
Fox captured Wednesday's ratings race behind Game 1 of the World Series, while NBC's "Tonight Show" had a strong showing post-primetime with President Obama as a guest. Also of note, rookie 10 p.m…
The first three-way network comedy showdown in years left some casualties behind on Tuesday night.
About a month into the new fall season, a rising NBC remains the surprise leader in demos but CBS had a stronger showing last week to make things interesting.
Monday was a huge viewing night for live programming, with a presidential debate, "Monday Night Football" and series-clinching postseason baseball action accounting for about 78 million viewers.
Football on CBS and then NBC won each half-hour of Sunday primetime in key demos, but ABC's drama trio of "Once Upon a Time," "Revenge" and "666 Park Avenue" showed gains.
In a fall season of declining ratings for all broadcasters but NBC, every network is looking for a silver lining. ABC's is pretty much golden.
Strong deliveries by "The Big Bang Theory" and "Two and a Half Men" set the pace for CBS on Thursday as the Eye prevailed in key demos. Elsewhere, ABC's "Last Resort" appears to have edged up, while…
The CW's "Arrow" remained on target in its second outing Wednesday, matching its premiere-week delivery in key demos. In the 10 p.m. rookie drama battle, ABC's "Nashville" fell off more than NBC's…