Arsenio Hall is off to a good ratings start with his new latenight program, which scored the highest-rated premiere week for any syndicated talkshow in key demos in seven years. Overall, according to…
David Letterman made his CBS debut on Aug. 30, 1993 — the consolation prize, at the time, for having lost the coveted “The Tonight Show” throne to Jay Leno. Yet if the host has never entirely gotten…
Jimmy Fallon has been able to persuade Bruce Springsteen to sing "Whip My Hair" and President Obama to "slow jam the news." He's the Everyfan who loves to celebrate, not skewer, pop culture. He's not…
He’s a little more than six months away from passing the “Tonight Show” baton — again — but Jay Leno is very much still on his game ratings-wise. In Nielsen numbers for the second quarter of this…
Conan O'Brien's latenight talker will remain on TBS through November 2015, suggesting the Time Warner-owned network is more comfortable with his program's performance after adding reruns of "The Big…
Bazinga indeed. The off-net success of "The Big Bang Theory" propelled TBS to the top cable spot in the 18-49 and 18-34 demos for the first quarter of 2012, according to Nielsen data through March 18.
Despite a bumpy ride on the ratings front since its arrival on TBS, "Conan" has been extended through April 2014.
Latenight leadership race includes cable's on-brand fare.
TBS' cancellation Wednesday of latenight series "Lopez Tonight" has also put the spotlight on the ratings performance of its lead-in, "Conan."
As his TBS yakker bows Nov. 8, don't expect Conan O'Brien to reinvent the talkshow format.
Having done it twice in the last year and a half, Conan O'Brien exec producer Jeff Ross knows a thing or two about mounting a large-scale latenight talkshow.
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