Ratings for "The West Wing" have taken a tumble this fall -- but that's not all bad news for the folks at NBC or Warner Bros. TV.
"Birds of Prey," the last of the red-hot WB's fall series to bow, took wing Wednesday night, soaring to boffo ratings despite facing ABC's surging reality series "The Bachelor."
Jay still has a comfortable lead, but Dave closed the gap in week two of the latenight wars.
Elaborate special effects and a cast headed by Bob Hoskins and Peter Falk couldn't prevent the original miniseries "The Lost World" from coming up short in the ratings on A&E during its four-hour…
NBC recorded another Wednesday victory behind "Law & Order," but ABC was a competitive second thanks to "The Bachelor," while the WB's "Birds of Prey" flew high in its premiere.
ABC delivered another winning performance on Tuesday, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen, capturing the night in adults 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54.
A smattering of syndie newbies -- such as talker "Dr. Phil" and the off-network run of "Will & Grace" -- posted buoyant ratings during the most recent week for which national household ratings are…
NBC maintained a healthy demo advantage over its network rivals while CBS drew the largest audience overall in the second week of the new season, but it was the WB that had perhaps the best story -…
CBS, behind another powerful perf from "Everybody Loves Raymond," captured Monday night in both adults 18-49 (tied with ABC) and total viewers, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
NBC is enjoying some "American Dreams" on Sunday, as the nostalgic family drama rolled up more impressive numbers in its second outing.
ABC appeared destined to squeak out a narrow Sunday night win among adults 18-49, while NBC has a potential hit on its hands with "American Dreams," according to this weekend's fast national Nielsen…