"American Idol" settled into its regular 9 p.m. Wednesday timeslot last night and promptly did what it does best: Utterly destroy most of the competition.
Auds were adding on to Fox's "House" Tuesday, as the first-year medical series established ratings highs for a third straight week and stood as the night's top-rated drama.
First-year Fox drama "House" hit ratings highs for a third straight week Tuesday, combining with dominant scores by "American Idol" for an easy nightly victory, according to preliminary nationals…
The network that carries the Super Bowl always gets a ratings boost, but Fox took that to an extreme this year. In a Jan. 31-Feb. 6 frame that included nearly four hours of primetime Super Bowl…
CBS captured the first Monday of the February sweep in key demos, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen, led by "CSI: Miami" and comedies "Everybody Loves Raymond" and "Two and a Half Men."
It was a great game, but it didn't produce quite-so-Super ratings. Sunday's 24-21 victory by the New England Patriots over the Philadelphia Eagles on Fox settled for the third smallest Super Bowl…
The New England Patriots' victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX drew monster ratings Sunday night on Fox, coming in slightly below last year's game, which averaged 90 million…
ABC has struggled mightily on Thursdays this season, but last week it was goodbye gray sky, hello blue, as a "Happy Days" reunion spec scored the net's best Thursday numbers in two years to kick off…
It's been a roller coaster 10 years for both UPN and the WB, but -- at least ratings wise -- they start their second decades in pretty much the same position.
Shaking things up on the opening night of the February sweep, ABC enjoyed its strongest Thursday in two years thanks to its 30th anniversary "Happy Days" special, according to preliminary nationals…
President Bush's first State of the Union address of his second term attracted 40% of the available primetime audience Wednesday night, making it the least-watched such speech in five years.