CBS continued its strong November sweep Sunday with powerful results for the opening night of two-part disaster movie "Category 6: Day of Destruction," while ABC won the night among young adults with…
ABC's new "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" have been the drama stories of the fall season, but a pair of vet hours showed Thursday that they've still got the goods.
No ratings race in memory hinges more on the moves each net will soon likely make, as any of the closely bunched Big Four -- including a resurgent ABC -- could break from the pack with a hit.
Jeff Zucker owes Steve McPherson a thank-you note. In an unexpected twist, the runaway success of ABC's Wednesday hit "Lost" seems to be giving NBC's "The West Wing" a noticeable ratings lift. And on…
CBS, on the strength of another boffo perf by "CSI," racked up another Thursday ratings victory in key demo categories while NBC was a strong No. 2 courtesy of the highest-rated "ER" since premiere…
Thanks to potent perfs Wednesday, ABC and CBS have the best stories to tell after the opening week of the November sweep -- but so, too, does broadcast television overall.
ABC captured the first Wednesday of the November sweep behind another big perf from "Lost" and solid scores by both "Wife Swap" and "The Bachelor," according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
CBS was sitting high in the ratings saddle Tuesday night with its annual telecast of the CMA Awards, but Fox went bankrupt with "The Rebel Billionaire."
CBS cruised to its highest-rated Tuesday in three years on the strength of the 38th annual Country Music Assn. Awards, while Fox bombed with a new reality skein for the second time in three nights as…
The first week of November was an especially competitive one among the networks in primetime, with the Big Three within a tick of each other in key demos and Fox deep in fourth despite several season…
"Jeopardy's" national rating jumped 26% to a season high of 8.7 during the week of Oct. 25-31, as long-running champ Ken Jennings returned to the show after a kids week the previous week.