Auds may not quite be ready for the return of Roseanne Barr, whose unscripted ABC program sputtered in its premiere Wednesday night, falling well behind CBS' "Big Brother," which hit a summer high.
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Original unscripted programs continue to prop up the networks' ratings averages this summer, but it was repeats -- led by CBS drama "CSI" -- that delivered some of the most impressive numbers last…
NBC's Thursday sked is getting another dose of Bravo's "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy." Summer smash will get its second Peacock run Aug. 14, with the net once again cutting the hourlong down to a…
By all accounts, crime rates in this country are down, but you'd never know it by turning on your television set. For the first time, TV's most-watched series is a crime drama -- CBS forensics phenom…
The USA Network may have lassoed a third hit series by way of the Western drama "Peacemakers."
Tuesday night has suddenly become a battleground for cable supremacy, fueled by several hot originals. Leading the charge among new summer skeins was week two of FX's plastic surgery drama "Nip/Tuck"…
Twentieth TV has given the greenlight to additional seasons of reality courtroom skeins "Divorce Court" and "Texas Justice." Fifth season of "Divorce," cleared in 94% of the country, will launch in…
The Disney Channel delivered one of its best monthly ratings performances ever, shooting up by 30% in the July primetime Nielsens to finish second among all cable networks behind TNT.
As the dog days of summer wear on, no reality program has caught fire in the ratings. But some are building nicely despite the format glut. Last week saw the best scores yet for CBS' "Big Brother 4"…