UPDATED WITH NATIONAL RATINGS CBS summer drama “Under the Dome” — one of seven original English-language scripted dramas airing in Monday’s final hour of primetime — declined modestly from its…
TNT and NBC set the pace in primetime for the first week of the summer season, with the former riding three games of the NBA Playoffs and the latter led by top entertainment series "The Voice." The…
ABC's summer drama "Mistresses" got off to a soft start Monday opposite the season finale of "Revolution," which teamed with "The Voice" to make NBC easily the night's No. 1 broadcast network. TNT…
As the end of the television season gave way to the start of summer, live programming dominated in primetime last week — with Univision and TNT among those cashing in. The Spanish-language Univision…
Though "The Voice" hit a season low for a Monday, NBC easily won the primetime ratings race on Memorial Day.
The final performance show of the season gave ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" a boost on Monday, as it hit a nine-week high and narrowed the demo gap with NBC's "The Voice," which remained the night's…
Mildly charming but exceptionally thin, it makes it hard to fault Fox for its lack of faith. So let the "Games" begin, but don't expect many to wind up carrying a torch for it.
Fox talked a pretty good strategic game during its upfront presentation. If only more of its shows — based, admittedly, on the limited view from the cut-down clips shown — had been equal to the task…
The 2013-14 primetime season is starting to take shape, with Fox handing out series orders to four dramas.
CBS' ambitious series "Under the Dome" is leading the charge among the broadcasters to recapture viewers and advertising dollars that have fled to cable during the summer months.
When you're making a show about Vikings, the horned helmet really is unavoidable.
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