For a second straight season, NBC is standing pat with its winning Friday lineup while its rivals are busy make wholesale changes.
And then there were two. With the finale a week away, Fox's summer smash "American Idol" scored its best numbers yet Wednesday night with an extended hourlong edition.
One week from its two-hour finale, Fox's "American Idol" attracted nearly 15 million viewers Tuesday and dominated its hour -- although there was no week-to-week surge this time.
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If every night were like Thursday for the broadcasters, cable would still be a speck in their rear-view mirrors.
The USA Network parlayed the original series "Monk" and "The Dead Zone," a pair of Adam Sandler movies and an AFI salute to Tom Hanks into a Nielsen trifecta: No. 1 among all cable networks for the…
"American Idol" is really humming now. Fox's music talent show swelled to new ratings heights Tuesday, including the best score in young adults for any telecast since the May sweep.
The wave of Spanish-speaking immigrants to New York over the past few decades crashed into WCBS-TV in the July sweeps, causing the station to fall behind Univision's WXTV in all of the key local-news…
Crime paid for both CBS and NBC last week, with additional episodes of dramas "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" carrying the nets to primetime ratings victories.
From "Dead Zone" to "Crank Yankers," basic cable is on a warm-weather roll. Ray Giacopelli, VP of research for Comedy Central, says, "The mass audience has finally picked up on the fact that summer…