More than 52 million viewers enjoyed a final cup of coffee with the Central Perk gang Thursday night, making the "Friends" finale the most-watched entertainment program in six years.
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The "Friends" frenzy began one night early for NBC, which scored big Wednesday with a two-hour "Dateline" spec on the departing laffer.
NBC is taking full advantage of its "Friends" as the hit show fades into the sunset. Including tonight's two-hour finale event -- an hourlong swan song plus a clip show plus a special "Tonight" show…
Another hefty showing by "American Idol" on Tuesday has given Fox its first reason to cheer in the May sweep, while NBC laffer "Frasier" picked up steam one week from its series finale.
Powerful perfs on Thursday and Sunday accented another impressive weekly victory for NBC, which has all the momentum in the early going of the May sweep.
NBC shook up the primetime landscape in a big way Sunday, with earthquake pic "10.5" pulverizing everything in its path.
NBC rolled over its primetime competish Sunday on the towering strength of the opening night of two-part earthquake pic "10.5," according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
The William Morris Agency is hoping to give TV types some breathing room -- literally.
The rich got richer as the May sweep kicked off Thursday, with every show on the heavyweight lineups at both NBC and CBS improving on their opening-night perfs of a year ago.