Fox crushed its rivals for an 11th straight Tuesday since "American Idol" premiered, as the music talent show and drama "24" combined to give the net an easy victory on the night in all key…
Wartime audience numbers began to subside last week at most U.S. news nets, with NBC remaining on top among the evening newscasts and Fox News again dominating its cable rivals.
David Letterman's return to action Monday night following a bout with shingles lifted his CBS latenight program "The Late Show" to a rare ratings victory over NBC's "Tonight Show With Jay Leno."
Fox and NBC, each with a series that bowed with some ratings promise, claimed primetime victories during the last full week before the start of daylight savings time.
CBS dominated its primetime competish on Monday, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen, sweeping the night's half-hours in adults 18-49 and total viewers behind original episodes of its…
Fox's new family comedy "The Pitts" failed to light up the ratings Sunday, while CBS continued to see steep year-to-year declines for its coverage of college basketball's tournament.
Despite less-than-scintillating numbers for the premiere of family comedy "The Pitts," Fox's all-laffer lineup prevailed on Sunday in adults 18-49 and 18-34 while NBC moved ahead in adults 25-54 and…
NBC's unscripted Friday skein "America's Most Talented Kid" is off to a promising start in the ratings, but ABC's new comedy on the night, "Regular Joe," looks more like a Joe Penny than Joe…
Against a backdrop of war, the Academy Awards on ABC attracted the smallest audience on record for the kudocast on March 23.
Even with its top series in repeat, NBC swept every half-hour in adults 18-49 on Thursday, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen. CBS, which usually provides stiff competition on the night…
Fox's new comedy "Wanda at Large" received strong sampling Wednesday courtesy of another powerful perf from "American Idol." Night also saw a solid start for a preview of ABC's latest edition of "The…