NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” dominated the primetime ratings race last night, drawing strong ratings for its San Francisco-Seattle rivalry matchup despite a weather-related delay. Sunday also saw…
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The Big Four remain lackluster on Sundays this summer, and that was even more so last night as Fox switched from its animated comedy repeats to the lower-rated “Teen Choice Awards.” CBS beat its…
Preseason NFL action on NBC dominated Sunday’s ratings action, which also included steady numbers for CBS’ “Big Brother” in its first airing since Time Warner pulled the network’s signal in about 3…
ABC Entertainment prez Paul Lee, the only exec to wield a foreign accent during his exec session at summer TCA, remarked that when he returned to the country after a trip recently, he found the…
“Dancing With the Stars,” which has seen a ratings downturn of late opposite NBC’s “The Voice,” will kick off its fall edition one week before the singing competition. The hoofing vet, returning…
Even a pair of premieres — ABC’s “Whodunnit” and NBC’s “Crossing Lines” — couldn’t excite audiences for broadcast television on Sunday, a night when cable distractions included a sky-wire escape on…
Fox was the only English-language broadcaster to break a 1.0 rating Sunday in the 18-49 demo.
The networks continue to produce lackluster Sunday ratings this spring, though the finales of ABC's "Red Widow" and CBS' "The Mentalist" managed to score week-to-week gains.
A nearly hourlong overrun from The Masters boosted CBS on Sunday, as the golf action and above-average scores for “60 Minutes” and “Amazing Race” propelled the net to an easy primetime victory in key…
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