Demo leader NBC wrapped the opening week of the May sweeps with a convincing victory Wednesday behind its drama lineup.
Miniseries "Living With the Dead" has pulled off another improbable ratings victory for CBS -- this time on a tough Tuesday full of sweeps specials on NBC and Fox.
Ad-supported cable networks romped to the best April ratings in their collective history, a banner month highlighted by the double-digit primetime increases for 11 of the top-15-rated cable webs and…
Count on seeing more "ER"/"Third Watch" crossovers after this week's edition produced record-high ratings for the latter on Monday.
Step in step with each other, NBC and CBS again topped the primetime rankings last week in a frame that included the first four days of the May sweep.
CBS has shown some Sunday spunk, as Ted Danson mini "Living With the Dead" teamed with an "Everybody Loves Raymond" spec to give the net its first sweeps demo victory on the night in nearly two years.
NBC is off to a solid start with the final year of its pro basketball contract, as overnight ratings for the weekend's six NBA contests were up slightly from a year ago.
Season leaders NBC and CBS are off and running in the May sweeps, but downtrodden ABC has a spring in its step, too, thanks to a potent perf from the finale of Thursday's "The Bachelor."
It's music to MTV's ears: Tuesday's installment of "The Osbournes" was the most-watched episode ever for a series on the cabler.
Thanks to daylight-saving time shooing people outdoors, many syndie strips lost ground the week ending April 14 from their showings the previous ratings period.
With toddlers and teens tuning in Saturday night to catch their favorite stars, Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards scored its highest rating ever with 10.6 rating (3.4 million viewers) among the 2-11…
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