ABC dominated primetime among young adults again on Wednesday, with "Lost" rolling as usual and the season premiere of "George Lopez" looking good in the night's opening hour.
Fox's shift from dramas to baseball Tuesday night opened up some audience for several shows on other networks, with newbies "My Name Is Earl" on NBC and "Commander in Chief" on ABC both spiking…
The winning combination of veteran drama "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and new comedy "My Name is Earl" lifted NBC past its rivals in key young-adult categories on Tuesday, a night where…
In its second week "The Tyra Banks Show" gained momentum. For the week ending Sept. 25 skein was up 18% in households to a 1.3 rating. In key demos, "Tyra" was up 25% among women 18-49 to a 1.0.
ABC remains the story of the young television season, winning for a second straight week in key demo categories behind "Desperate Housewives," "Lost" and "Grey's Anatomy."
ABC has captured another Monday primetime in key demos thanks to "Monday Night Football," but 9 o'clock dramas "Prison Break" on Fox and "Las Vegas" on NBC both looked good, rising week-to-week.
ABC's powerhouse trio of "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," "Desperate Housewives" and "Grey's Anatomy" dominated their slots again on the second Sunday of the season, lifting the net to an easy…
The number of people watching broadcast television on Friday night continues to dwindle, but CBS is getting the most of those who are showing up this fall.
It's still early, with most new shows having aired twice, but here are some ratings observations on the 2005-06 season:
With the team in the thick of the pennant race, the New York Yankees-owned YES Network scored its highest rating ever for a non-Red Sox cablecast during Wednesday night's contest between the Yanks…
ABC remained in control of Wednesday thanks to another powerhouse perf from "Lost," but things went from bad to worse for NBC's newbies on the night.