WABC and WNBC continue to elbow each other for local news dominance in New York, and the November sweeps have reinforced the antagonism.
CBS, led by "Everybody Loves Raymond" and "CSI: Miami," captured the final Monday of the November sweep in adults 18-49 and total viewers, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
Chris Matthews is finding Beltway-gabber success as easy as a Sunday morning. On Sunday in New York, where "The Chris Matthews Show" follows "Meet the Press," it drew better ratings than CBS's "Face…
In a flashback to sweeps past, Sunday was a knockdown battle of movies on the broadcast nets, with ABC faring best and CBS doing OK with "Martin and Lewis."
Sunday was a good night for movies on the broadcast casts, with ABC doing well with both "The Santa Clause" and the made-for "Pennsylvania Miners Story," CBS delivering its best Sunday pic numbers of…
NBC has hit the accelerator coming down the home stretch of the November sweep, recording its most dominant Thursday victory of the season behind an hourlong "Will & Grace."
The warm-weather months may not offer viewers much in the way of new dramas on the broadcast nets, but every summer there's at least one young skein that attracts a whole new legion of fans --thanks…
NBC overpowered its competition on Thursday, winning the night by its largest margin of the season, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen. Thanks to nearly 90 minutes of "Will & Grace,"…
Nearly 26 million viewers were wedded to ABC's "The Bachelor" on Wednesday, as the dating show's two-hour conclusion turned CBS' competing "Victoria's Secret" spec into a bust -- and helped give the…
More than two months ago, ABC bowed its revamped Beltway gabber "This Week" with the hope that the George Stephanopoulos-anchored program would gain a strong second-place foothold ahead of CBS' "Face…