CBS and NBC improved their standing with special programming, but ABC's regular-series hits dominated the opening Sunday of the November sweep. Night included a live debate on NBC's "The West Wing,"…
CBS and NBC improved their standing with special sweeps programming but ABC's regular series hits dominated Sunday night's ratings race, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
Syndicated skein "Geraldo at Large," which preemed Oct. 31 as a replacement for the failed revival of "A Current Affair," drew a 2.3 household rating/5 share for primary runs only during a three-day…
CBS got out the broom to start the November sweep, routing the competish on Thursday and prevailing with ease on Friday behind hot rookie "Ghost Whisperer."
That CBS' "60 Minutes" is again the top newsmagazine on television is no surprise. The 38-year-old franchise is showing almost as much vitality as its front man Mike Wallace.
Crime dramas and reality shows, two genres that have flooded primetime in recent years, appear to be cooling off as the end of 2005 nears.
CBS dominated the opening night of the November sweep Thursday, with "Survivor: Guatemala" and "CSI" overwhelming the competish and "Without a Trace" topping "ER" at 10.
CBS may have another hot crime drama on its hands in rookie "Criminal Minds," which surged to its best Wednesday numbers of the season opposite a repeat "Lost."
Fox drama "House" looked strong in its first new episode in a month Tuesday night, opening up some demo distance between itself and ABC's rookie drama "Commander in Chief," according to preliminary…
CBS built on its early-season momentum last week, winning the primetime ratings race behind sixth-year Thursday heavyweight "CSI." In anticipation of midweek World Series games and also to give some…
For the week ending Oct. 23, overall syndicated talkshow ratings fell, with none of 11 talkers experiencing a rise in viewership. One reason for the decline was a drop in PUT level (persons using…