CBS was the most-watched net Monday, a night that saw all six broadcasters have something to cheer about.
Sunday, bloody Sunday. With Fox's Sunday lineup finally hitting the air for the first time this season, the night's key 9 o'clock hour is shaping up to be a pivotal battleground.
For the first time since Sept. 11, Fox News Channel eclipsed CNN in households during primetime last week.
A pair of specials teamed with some red-hot series last week to lift CBS to a victory in total viewers and its most competitive demo finish of the season.
Viewers turned out for a good mix of programming on the broadcast nets Sunday, with ABC's "Saving Private Ryan," CBS' "I Love Lucy" spec and the premiere of Fox's comedies all drawing big audiences.
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Viewers continue to love "Raymond," but football put ABC on top on the first Monday of the sweep.
Fox is back in the game. Thanks to a thrilling World Series, the Murdoch net dominated its competition last week and now is positioned to challenge NBC for some sweep and seasonal demo crowns.
Given several trends that have boosted the number of network dramas this fall, it's not surprising that many viewers are being asked to choose between some of their favorites.