CBS has virtually wrapped up the November sweep in overall audience but NBC and Fox enter the final three nights in a neck-and-neck battle for the adults 18-49 crown.
Five syndicated rerun series -- Columbia TriStar TV's "Seinfeld," Warner Bros. TV's "Friends," King World's "Everybody Loves Raymond," Paramount TV's "Frasier" and Twentieth TV's "King of the Hill"…
NBC and CBS remain the pacesetters this season, topping the primetime ratings heap in key categories for the third time in four weeks.
CBS and Fox will take the November sweeps lead into Thanksgiving night after both padded their advantages on Monday.
NBC and CBS have locked up weekly ratings victories although neither helped their cause much on Sunday, a weak night for the broadcast nets in general.
ABC remains well behind the other major nets for the November sweep but enjoyed its first real momentum of the month, thanks to strong ratings for special-packed lineups on Thursday and Friday and…
Coming off a week filled with ratings increases, most of syndication's numbers held strong during the week, which included the first weekend and the first two weekdays of the November sweep.
Net received a much-needed shot in the arm Thursday as Nielsen figures showed a very strong and broad turnout for new Wednesday comedy "Bernie Mac." Family laffer finished first or a solid second…
Jacko did boffo biz for CBS Tuesday, as the pop star's 30th-anni celebration produced the net's best ratings on the night in more than eight years. The success of "Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary…
He might have been eclipsed by "Survivor" and "Friends," but at least President Bush boosted viewership for ABC on a Thursday.
CBS was the most-watched net Monday, a night that saw all six broadcasters have something to cheer about.