CBS has its eye on the May sweep's total-viewers crown after the season finales of "CSI" and "Without a Trace" produced a decisive victory on the final Thursday of the ratings period.
Voiceover: The Big Six networks unveiled their fall -- or rather their all-season -- schedules last week, and once again hope triumphed over experience.
The broadcast networks are flying without a script. Unveiling their 2004-2005 primetime schedules to Madison Ave. last week, the nets told advertisers they won't premiere some of their best stuff in…
It's the end of the fall season as we know it, and TV's major studio suppliers feel fine -- for the most part. Nobody's popping the Cristal, but the endless talk of year-round programming at this…
High on chick power, UPN will likely expand from five nights of programming to six next year, CBS prexy-CEO Leslie Moonves said Thursday.
A sizable ratings advantage built early in the month is holding up nicely for NBC after three weeks of the May sweep.
Fox pitched its three-pronged yearlong schedule to advertisers Thursday, declaring an end to the fall season as we know it.
UPN will put its "Top Model" to the test next fall, double-pumping the hit reality skein and using it to help launch its new Taye Diggs drama.
Peter, Stewie and the rest of the "Family Guy" clan will make their primetime return on Fox in June 2005.
NBC drama "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" closed out its fifth season in a big way Tuesday, establishing series highs and crushing the competish.
CBS has locked in a star-studded lineup of specials and movies for next season, including a live Madonna concert and primetime reunions for the casts of "Dallas" and "One Day at a Time."