Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "The Adventures of Brisco County Jr." lassoed healthy ratings in Nielsen overnights on Friday, finishing second with its 8-10 p.m. premiere. The Warner Bros.
"Good Morning America" inched back into the lead in the breakfast battle for Aug. 16-20, while status quo reigned elsewhere throughout Nielsen daytime and fringe dayparts.
The sordid tale of the alleged Hollywood madam has provento be a midsummer windfall for syndicated tabloid TV shows.
Those bracing for the battle between Steven Spielberg's giant submarine and Superman had better not overlook Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "Martin," which got off to a solid start with its season premiere…
Most top syndie shows took a plunge in the Nielsen national syndication rankings for the week ended Aug. 8, but a few kept their heads above water. Paramount's "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" and…
CBS finished first six of seven nights to claim the Aug. 9-15 Nielsen crown, while the rerun-heavy summer lineup continues to result in a significant loss of younger viewers.
NBC News president Andrew Lack's pledge of a back-and-forth early morning battle appears to be materializing, with "Today" edging "Good Morning America" for the third time in the last five weeks.
Maybe it was just a reaction to the summer heat, but the wacky Charlie Sheen-Emilio Estevez 1990 comedy "Men at Work" toiled its way into the No. 3 spot during the week ended Aug. 1, according to the…
CBS has grabbed the Aug. 2-8 primetime Nielsens week in household numbers, breaking ABC's two-week hold on the top spot, though ABC remained far ahead among young-adult audiences.
Ratings continued strong in daytime during the July 26-30 Nielsen period while ABC kept up the pace in fringe dayparts, winning both the latenight and early-morning races.
CBS rallied to tie ABC for top honors in the July sweeps, as the Big Three networks -- lacking the boost of last summer's Barcelona Olympics -- exhibited an 8% decline vs. the same period in 1992.