The series premiere of the WB's drama "Glory Days" and the return of ABC laffer "The Job" both posted mediocre marks in the 9 o'clock hour Wednesday night.
In the week leading up to its 50th anniversary celebration, NBC News' "Today" attracted more than 6 million viewers -- building the largest margin between "Today" and "GMA" in three months.
Viewers turned out in pretty good numbers Tuesday for the series preems of ABC gameshow "The Chair" and CBS drama "First Monday."
The first week of the new year is usually a seven-day Nielsen celebration for syndicated TV shows, and the week ended Jan. 6 was no different.
Three hours of figure-skating championships on the ABC Family Channel sped to the No. 3 ratings spot on basic cable last week, beaten only by two separate Monday WWF wrestling hours on TNN.
NBC is enjoying its most dominant season in years, but it seems the Peacock plumage isn't quite as bright these days.
The finale of "Survivor: Africa" lifted CBS to another victory last week in total viewers, while NBC scored an impressive victory in young adults.
Despite moving two of its first-round playoff games into primetime, the NFL's wild-card weekend produced only minimal year-to-year ratings gains.
Viewers strapped themselves in for Fox's "The Chamber" on Sunday night as a preview episode timed to beat ABC's similarly structured new gameshow delivered solid ratings.
It's not quite the cultural phenomenon it once was, but "Survivor" wrapped its third edition a winner Thursday night on CBS.
Wednesday's telecast of the 29th annual "American Music Awards" -- which featured Michael Jackson receiving a special award but not performing -- delivered impressive ratings for ABC.