It didn't feature any dynastic ducks, big bangs or ravenous zombies, but USA emerged the most popular cable network in primetime for the first quarter. In a three-month period that saw AMC's "The…
CBS emerged the winner among the broadcast networks on Sunday, riding a college basketball overrun and “60 Minutes” to victory in key demos on a night that figured to produce some strong ratings for…
Amid a backdrop of record-low ratings for some broadcast shows, cable is feeling pretty good about its prospects in this year's upfront advertising sales derby.
Zombies may eat all kinds of flesh, but AMC is only racking up eyeballs. The net broke records with the second-season premiere of zombie drama "The Walking Dead" on Sunday evening, drawing 4.8…
USA Network spy thriller "Burn Notice" is now the hottest show on cable. The skein finished its second season Thursday with two series highs: 6.1 million total viewers and 2.7 million adults 18-49.
Cable TV's record number of original series this summer is paying Nielsen dividends.
Tuesday night was a good night for basic cable, with both TNT and USA having reasons to boast.
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