Nickelodeon remained on top of the heap as the kiddie programming season came to a close Saturday. Meanwhile, NBC and Fox slates -- rejigged last fall -- are still struggling to attract viewers.
The upfront ad sales marketplace blew wide open Wednesday, as media buyers flooded the broadcast networks with even more dollars than expected.
Fox isn't just hounding the Peacock, it has plucked it. On the towering strength of "American Idol" -- and the halo effect it had on the net's key scripted skeins -- Fox has won its first-ever May…
Four of the five rookie strips in firstrun syndication got a lift from a strong second week of the May sweeps.
Fox has unveiled its fall Saturday morning lineup, featuring an even mix of new and returning shows.
CBS controlled the final two hours of Monday with the expanded season finales of "Everybody Loves Raymond" and "CSI: Miami," putting a bow on the net's total-viewer victory for the May sweep. The Eye…
The final full week of the May sweep was a very competitive one, with season finales of its Thursday hits helping NBC edge out Fox among young adults.
The final Sunday of the May sweep was a strong one for each of the major nets, with ABC's "Bachelor," Fox's Homer and CBS' Fuhrer all bringing in the auds.
John Goodman is returning to TV as the lead voice in "Father of the Pride," DreamWorks Television's planned CGI-animated skein for NBC.
As the May sweep entered the homestretch, NBC maintained its advantage among young adults with a convincing Thursday victory behind the season finales of "Friends," "Will & Grace" and "ER."
Sure, NBC, having the cast of "Will & Grace" call Jeff Zucker "a tiny hairless genius" elicited some laughs. And Jimmy Kimmel confessing that, yes, ABC isn't the top rated net -- "and let's be…