UPN comedy "One on One," the first new broadcast network series to bow this season, opened to solid ratings Monday.
NBC returned to the top of the demo charts last week thanks to strong midweek perfs, while ABC made it four straight weeks as the country's most-watched net overall.
Forget sheep eyeballs: For network programmers, this summer's real fear factor came in the form of disappearing viewers.
Fox's long-running primetime series "Cops" and "America's Most Wanted" show no signs of slowing down, as Saturday's season preems apprehended better ratings than a year ago and led the net to an easy…
Cable is on a roll this summer, besting the six broadcast networks decisively in the ratings after much tougher competition from the broadcasters during the summer months of 1999 and 2000.
The critics might have panned it, but Headline News fared well with viewers in August. Despite the largely negative reviews, the revamped news net averaged 155,000 households in primetime and 153,000…
Connie Chung's "Primetime" interview with Gary Condit combined with a pair of strong sports perfs to put ABC atop the ratings charts, ending NBC's months-long demo dominance.
NBC topped primetime among young adults for an 18th straight frame in a week that again saw the major nets bunched together -- and way down compared with last year.
Walt Disney's Buena Vista TV has failed to lure many viewers to watch its "Iyanla" talkshow during the series' premiere week.
The "Tiger Factor" was evident in golf's ratings over the weekend, as CBS' coverage of the PGA Championship -- a tourney in which Tiger Woods never threatened to win -- produced numbers sharply off…