Justin Timberlake brought sexy ratings back to NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” with his fifth turn hosting the latenight show producing its top overnight rating in 14 months. Saturday’s telecast of…
Coming off a banner perf in 2012, Food Network on Sunday will unveil its first on-air branding changes since 1997 as the Scripps Network Interactive cabler prepares to celebrate its 20th anniversary…
Life is anything but sweet on the set of OWN’s docuseries “Welcome to Sweetie Pies,” where conflict between the family at the center of the show impacted the production crew and left the future of…
Under Johnson and Fogelson, the Food Network has turned in some of its highest ratings ever with an average nightly audience of 1.3 million despite increasing fragmentation and tough competition.
"Food is the new sports," a media buyer told me the other day as I was trolling to get a sense of how this year's upfront advertising sales market is shaping up for the big broadcast and cable nets.
Fox won the ratings race Tuesday night with consistency from its food-oriented reality skeins: ''Hell's Kitchen'' and ''MasterChef.''
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