There's plenty of new programming on the tube this summer, but viewers are gravitating toward the familiar -- both original unscripted skeins and repeats of scripted fare.
The battle of the network news anchors flared up this spring as ABC's Peter Jennings tied with NBC's Tom Brokaw in demos for the first time since 1996.
Syndicated TV magazines have risen up in the Nielsens from the mid-June summer doldrums, catapulted by coverage of the huge sales racked up by Bill Clinton's autobiography "My Life" and by the…
The second season premiere of "Nip/Tuck" sutured up series highs, while "Outback Jack," the first original series to launch out of the newly repositioned TBS, had a tough time romancing an audience.
The American Film Institute's latest "100 Years" spec, about movie songs, struck a chord with auds Tuesday, drawing more than 12 million viewers and helping CBS take the night in several ratings…
After a tough couple of weeks against the NBA Finals, cable skeins came back with a vengeance over the weekend.
It's the only broadcast net without fresh series programming at this point in the summer, but so far CBS is holding its own quite nicely.
Ratings for most syndicated shows were lower during the week ending June 13 because of extensive coverage of Ronald Reagan's death and memorial.
CBS News' "60 Minutes" chased away the summer doldrums during Dan Rather's exclusive interview with Bill Clinton on Sunday, becoming not only the most watched show of the night but likely of the…
With normal viewership disrupted by Ronald Reagan memorial coverage last week, ABC News' "Good Morning America" achieved its closest margin with NBC News' "Today" in almost eight years.
Domestic Film DAILY
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Daily:$4.7M Cumulative:$167.1M Disney 36.50%
Rio 22Daily:$4.3M Cumulative:$46.3M Fox 59.74%
Draft Day3Daily:$1.2M Cumulative:$11.9M Lionsgate / Summit 43.09%