Fox News Channel continued its smash run through the spring, commanding essentially half of the cable news aud on average and posting growth across its lineup.
NBC used a balanced lineup of dramas, comedies, newsmags and unscripted programming to win another primetime week in key demo categories, making the net five-for-five this summer.
Spike shmike. TNN's court battle with Spike Lee to secure the right to change its name to Spike hasn't damaged the network's highly touted late-primetime animation block, which premiered June 26 to…
Whiz kid helmer-scribe Damian Szifron's private-eye series "Los Simuladores" (The Simulators) is topping the ratings in its second season on broadcaster Telefe.
Even without Martha Stewart's legal tangles, the upcoming season is likely to be the last for of her eponymous how-to show. Slipping ratings (pre-dating the ImClone scandal), plus the debut of fellow…
Basic cable as a category has added more viewers in the second quarter of 2003, widening its lead over the seven broadcast networks from 5.5 share points a year ago to 7.0 share points for the same…
HBO's "Sex and the City" achieved a Nielsen orgasm for Sunday's premiere of its sixth and final season, drawing 7.3 million total viewers to make it the fourth highest-rated episode in the show's…
Unscripted programs continue to give the broadcast nets a primetime ratings jolt this summer, but it was repeats of familiar favorites -- paced by CBS drama "CSI" -- topping the rankings last week.
So far, so good this summer for the broadcast nets, which for the first time in three years are delivering more viewers than the previous season. We're only three weeks into television's warm-weather…
Enough viewers checked into Fox's "Paradise Hotel" to make its premiere a winner Wednesday night, while the WB's surfing show "Boarding House: North Shore" delivered modest numbers in its bow.
Even the season's best pro basketball ratings weren't enough to put ABC in the winner's circle last week. With the NBA Finals delivering an audience significantly smaller than recent seasons, the…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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