Nine of the top 20 rated cable networks are high-fiving each other because they shot up by double digits among total viewers in primetime last month.
CNN posted steep viewer losses during the month of February, slipping 21% in primetime and 16% overall, according to Nielsen Media Research.
On the heels of greenlighting its first original dramas in four years, TNT Tuesday unveiled an aggressive series development slate that includes projects from "Million Dollar Baby" scribe Paul Haggis…
Sinclair Broadcast Group prexy David Smith blames Hollywood for much of his station group's woes, specifically citing declining studio advertising and a dearth of syndicated programming for…
Advertising revenue for ABC, CBS and NBC grew more than 12% in 2004, helped by the Summer Olympics and the presidential race, according to figures compiled by the Broadcast Cable Financial Assn.
Such are the vagaries of televised tributes that even this paean to Lorne Michaels proves a rather muted affair, with a potpourri of clips seemingly chosen based more on who is presenting them than…
Tuning In: Believe it or not, a little hate mail every now and then can be quite illuminating. In this case, my thought crime involved favorable comments regarding this year's Oscar telecast, during…
Execs at Oz's Seven network are jubilant after "Desperate Housewives" trounced Monday night's delayed Academy Awards telecast Nine.
The detective sits on the witness stand, squirming inside a cheap suit that probably hasn't fit right since Dukakis rode in that tank. He's half in the bag, struggling to stay upright long enough to…
As it turns out, I've spent 15,840 minutes over the past 12 years watching "NYPD Blue." It was time probably better spent bonding with the family, or maybe even cleaning around the house -- as I'm…
Any good discussion of "NYPD Blue" starts with those early scenes that led to Dennis Franz's Andy Sipowicz getting shot. A lot of viewers sitting there in 1993 were thinking that this guy's got to…