The "CBS Evening News" nabbed first place in total viewers last week for the first time since July 1998.
ABC's coverage of the seventh and deciding game of hockey's Stanley Cup Finals on Saturday delivered the largest U.S. audience on record for an NHL game, although the league's ratings remain well…
Be afraid, be very afraid: NBC's "Fear Factor" is off to a great start. Preem of the inexpensive reality series that critics loved to hate opened to impressive ratings on Monday, dominating its hour…
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Three big ratings scores from the NBA Finals helped NBC cruise past its repeat-ravaged rivals last week.
The NBA Finals continue to perform at a best-since-1998 pace, with Sunday's Game 3 delivering better than 20% year-to-year ratings growth.
While the audience for soap operas had been dwindling for years as women ventured en masse into the workforce, it wasn't until O.J. Simpson's trial that the daytime industry stood up and took notice.
The vast majority of weekday TV shows in broadcast syndication suffered year-to-year national household ratings declines during the recently concluded May ratings sweep, which ran April 26-May 23.
NBC is off to a great start with the NBA Finals as Wednesday's overtime thriller produced strong ratings and helped set the stage for a potentially competitive series.
"Kristin," the new NBC comedy starring Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth, bowed to decent ratings Tuesday thanks largely to its cozy timeslot.
The season's top-rated pro basketball playoff game helped NBC capture the week easily among key demo groups, while CBS returned to the top in total viewers behind the week's No. 1 comedy, drama and…