NBC's Sunday morning gabber "Meet the Press With Tim Russert" drowned out the competish during the just-concluded TV season, posting its second largest audience ever.
The opening Wednesday of the season was kind to returning series but cruel to newbies, as NBC and ABC dominated the evening.
ABC, behind "My Wife and Kids" and "The Bachelor," and NBC, with strong bows from vet dramas "Ed," "West Wing" and "Law & Order," overwhelmed their rivals on the opening Wednesday of the season…
The first of John Ritter's final episodes of his ABC comedy "8 Simple Rules" was easily the top-rated program on the first Tuesday of the season.
One of John Ritter's final episodes of "8 Simple Rules" was easily the top-rated program on the first Tuesday of the season, driving ABC to victory on the night among adults 18-49. "Rules" also…
By holding steady, NBC News' evening newscast finished the just-concluded TV season with the best ratings advantage over ABC News since Nielsen began using People Meters in 1987.
CBS comedy "Two and a Half Men" and NBC drama "Las Vegas" preemed to strong numbers on the official opening night of the television season as viewers flocked to two of the skeins that received some…
CBS, with the latest "Survivor" premiere, and Fox, led by the Emmys, tied for the week's lead among young adults in the final week of the 2002-03 season -- ending NBC's 16-week winning streak.
Every broadcast network but Fox had something to crow about Monday's ratings, as the Murdoch net placed sixth among adults 18-49 while ABC, CBS and NBC all battled for the night's lead in key…
The Emmys remain a healthy ratings draw, although Sunday's show on Fox drew the kudocast's second smallest aud in 13 years.
Fox's coverage of the 55th annual Primetime Emmy Awards was a big winner on Sunday night, although its preliminary adults 18-49 average (7.1/18) puts it 12% behind the 8.1/20 that NBC generated last…