All eyes are on the start of the new season, but CBS put a wrap on the 2004-05 campaign with a primetime ratings victory courtesy of the Emmy Awards and the return of "Survivor."
An NFL "Monday Night Football" doubleheader helped ABC kick off the season a winner while CBS placed second as it began life after "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Perhaps owing to increased interest surrounding the Emmy-nominated blockbuster rookie shows "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives," Sunday's telecast of the 57th annual Primetime Emmy Awards on CBS took a…
Perhaps owing to increased interest surrounding the Emmy-nominated blockbuster rookie shows "Lost" and "Desperate Housewives," Sunday's telecast of the 58th annual Primetime Emmy Awards on CBS…
CBS drama "Threshold," the second of five "out-there" skeins premiering on the webs this season, opened to credible numbers Friday night. The alien-invasion drama "Threshold" won its 9-11 p.m. block…
A pair of famous femmes have dipped their toes in the daytime pool -- but only one seems ready for the plunge. Fanfare leading up to the debut of "Martha," from newly released jailbird Martha…
The early verdict isn't good for Fox's new quirky legal drama "Head Cases," although the net still won Wednesday night thanks to its reality entry "So You Think You Can Dance."
"House" roared out of the gate Tuesday, kicking off its second season with a dominant ratings victory on a night that also saw solid bows from frosh Fox drama "Bones" and WB newcomer "Supernatural."
"The Biggest Loser," which premiered for its soph season Tuesday night on the Peacock, is winning bigtime abroad. The domestic version has been licensed in more than 20 territories, while localized…
Sunday's 9/11 Discovery Channel special "The Flight That Fought Back" drew a robust aud of nearly 7 million, making it the top-rated original program on ad-supported cable last week.
Martha Stewart came back from her five-month stay in prison with a bang, beating last year's time period numbers by a gaudy 41% with the Monday premiere of the syndicated "Martha."