Monday was a huge viewing night for live programming, with a presidential debate, "Monday Night Football" and series-clinching postseason baseball action accounting for about 78 million viewers.
World preems of Jason Sudeikis starrer "A Good Old Fashioned Orgy" and new Alex Gibney doc "Catching Hell" are among the pics to be added to the sked of the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival.
The locals aren't taking kindly to the feud between Cablevision and Fox that has blacked out Fox's WNYW and WWOR for Cablevision subscribers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
NBC's "Sunday Night Football" has dominated another Sunday ratings race in key demos, thumping Game 2 of baseball's National League Championship Series, which once again was not available to a good…
The baseball series between a pair of Cinderella stories, the Anaheim Angels and Minnesota Twins, may have been too short for Fox's liking, but it's contributed to some solid ratings for the net.
With "Will & Grace" in the anchor spot, NBC's Thursday lineup has launched a new season in its typical dominant fashion, topping the combined demo score of the five other nets.
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