Action movies, highlighted by "Lethal Weapon 4" and Steven Seagal's "Fire Down Below," propelled TBS to anatypical first-place finish in the November primetime sweeps.
The Alphabet network is in trouble -- and getting it back on track won't be as easy as ABC. The "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" phenom has fizzled, in the process ripping off a billion-dollar…
Nearly 30 million viewers were glad they had some time together with the "Carol Burnett Show" gang Monday night, as a reunion special delivered monster ratings for CBS.
NBC and CBS again split the weekly ratings honors, with the Peacock prevailing in young adults and the Eye drawing the largest aud overall.
Fox remains a menace to NBC's bid for the November sweeps demo crown, as strong ratings for the television debut of the most recent "Star Wars" movie have given the Murdoch net the lead heading into…
While NBC News' "Today" is still the ayem leader -- with a gap of more than 1 million viewers separating it from No. 2-rated "GMA" -- the competish continues to see gains in the morning.
CBS has virtually wrapped up the November sweep in overall audience but NBC and Fox enter the final three nights in a neck-and-neck battle for the adults 18-49 crown.
Five syndicated rerun series -- Columbia TriStar TV's "Seinfeld," Warner Bros. TV's "Friends," King World's "Everybody Loves Raymond," Paramount TV's "Frasier" and Twentieth TV's "King of the Hill"…
NBC and CBS remain the pacesetters this season, topping the primetime ratings heap in key categories for the third time in four weeks.
CBS and Fox will take the November sweeps lead into Thanksgiving night after both padded their advantages on Monday.
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media