At least for now, he's more like "Jake 1.3."
NBC's strategy of early rollouts for its new Tuesday comedies has reaped dividends, as both "Whoopi" and "Happy Family" received strong sampling for their premieres.
Both professional and college gridiron action scored for ABC last week, but the net had to settle for a first-place tie with NBC for the lead among young adults, as the Peacock stretched its winning…
There was a little bit of something for everybody on television Monday, as males flocked to ABC's "Monday Night Football" and femmes checked out the conclusion of NBC's relationship skein "For Love…
Viewers flocked to opening-week NFL games Sunday on Fox, CBS and ESPN, but the Eye's U.S. Open tennis finals double-faulted over the weekend, with both the men's and women's matchups way down in the…
Pro football was back in a big way Thursday, as the NFL's season opener on ABC attracted the best ratings for any night of programming since the May sweep.
Lifetime will extend the life of its rookie dramas "Wild Card" and "1-800 Missing." Cabler ordered an additional five segs of both series, bringing the total order of each to 18 episodes.
Although still a modest draw overall, the Latin Grammy Awards on CBS picked up some ratings steam with its fourth edition on Wednesday, adding more than a million viewers compared to last year.
NBC has made it a clean summer sweep, becoming the first net in six years to win every week between Memorial Day and Labor Day in the key adults 18-49 demo.
When it came to the dog days of August, Fox News Channel posted ratings gains across its lineup compared with the same month last year.
Thursday's telecast of the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, which generated more news for its Madonna-Britney Spears liplock than anything else, was down in the ratings vs. last year but was still the…