Talkshows and magazine shows proved the most successful in the week ended Nov. 3, which included the first two weekdays of the November sweeps.
ABC had more big shows, but it was a balanced CBS that captured the primetime ratings crown in key demos last week, placing first or second on six nights and delivering its best numbers of the season.
Another good ratings performance from "Monday Night Football" has helped ABC win the night in key demos while CBS drama "CSI: Miami" stood as the top-rated entertainment program.
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A dominating showing by "CSI" and season-high scores for "Survivor: Guatemala" powered CBS to an easy ratings victory Thursday night, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
ABC's "Lost" and CBS' "CSI: NY" were the standout performers Wednesday, helping their respective nets to the top of the standings after the opening week of the November sweep.
ABC's "Lost" and CBS' "CSI: NY" were the top performers on Wednesday night, which saw the Alphabet prevail among young adults and the Eye a strong second while winning among total viewers.
Fox's "House" was Tuesday's top show among young adults, but it was NBC and CBS who split the night's overall ratings honors. The Peacock rode good numbers from "Biggest Loser," "My Name Is Earl" and…