VH1 is savoring the "Flavor" of Flavor Flav. The pint-sized Public Enemy rapper, who turned 47 on March 16, gave the cable network its first taste of boffo ratings March 12.
Brit Hume, the Fox News Channel host who got an exclusive with the vice president after his hunting accident, has quietly slipped into second-place in the cable news wars.
ABC's unscripted skein "American Inventor" opened well Thursday, lifting the Alphabet to its first in-season primetime ratings victory on the night (excluding sports) in more than three years.
Fox's "American Idol" continues to grow -- in more ways than one -- but CBS has come up with a better plan than anybody else to combat it on Tuesday nights: Call in the military.
Another two-hour edition of "American Idol" carried Fox to an easy primetime ratings victory Tuesday night, but CBS held up very well with its military-set drama duo of "NCIS" and "The Unit."
National ratings results for the February sweep (Feb. 2-March 1) were broadly lower compared with a year earlier due in part to preemptions caused by the Winter Olympics, which ran Feb. 10-26.
VH1 proved there was life outside the "Sopranos"-vs.-"Desperate Housewives" showdown Sunday.
CBS got a perky preem perf from "The New Adventures of Old Christine" on Monday, while gamer "Deal or No Deal" set series records for NBC and Fox's "24" again impressed.
Extra helpings of two hot shows -- "American Idol" and "24" -- helped Fox cruise to another primetime ratings victory last week.
CBS laffer "Old Christine" opened to hearty numbers Monday night with a special two-episode premiere, lifting the Eye to victory for the night. NBC also saw best-ever scores for "Deal or No Deal."
After a nearly two-year hiatus, HBO's "The Sopranos" whacked the competish in New York on Sunday but proved no match for the ladies of Wisteria Lane in the rest of the country.