Nielsen spread some Christmas cheer ABC's way last week as holiday faves complemented the network's regular sked and produced its third primetime demo win of the season.
BBC1 again won the Christmas Day battle for the most auds in Blighty. Its blue-collar London soap "EastEnders" drew 12.3 million viewers, with BBC1 comedy "The Vicar of Dibley" No. 2 with 11.8…
The much-anticipated matchup between a pair of former NBA teammates-turned-rivals performed nicely for ABC on Christmas Day, delivering the best numbers for a regular-season contest in nearly seven…
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The final of the Euro 2004 soccer championship beat the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games as the most watched sporting event of the year, according to a study of global sports.
The National Basketball Assn. is having a harder time scaring up TV viewers this year. TNT is down 12% in total viewers for the 2004 season to date, compared with the same period in 2003.
CBS continued its sail into uncharted demo waters last week, riding the "CSI" franchise and pro football to a record-setting sixth consecutive primetime victory among young adults.
Syndie ratings tumbled during the week of Dec. 6-12, the first week after the November sweeps period, with daytime broadcast viewing falling by an average of 448,000 households (around 2%).
An original episode of smash hit "Desperate Housewives" towered over the competition Sunday night, lifting ABC to another demo victory on the night, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen…
"The Apprentice" is down but not out. Although off sharply in ratings vs. its first-edition finale in April, NBC's business-themed reality skein ended its second season a winner on Thursday…
"Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" have scored a resounding victory for fresh, high-concept dramas this fall, but another drama form is also thriving -- telepics.