Primetime viewership predictably swooned during Fourth of July week, but Fox and CBS managed to turn in some sparkling perfs.
Court TV has renewed "Dominick Dunne's Power, Privilege & Justice" for another seven hourlong episodes, following the record ratings racked up by the docu series in its first two runs.
The Rock has gone to the movies, Stone Cold Steve Austin is on ice and huge numbers of teenage boys have turned away from World Wrestling Entertainment's signature primetime shows "Raw Is War" and…
Viewers sampled cable en masse over the past three months, shooting cable's share of audience up by 11% in primetime during the second quarter, topping out at a record 49 share.
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England's 2-1 quarter final defeat against Brazil on Friday drew almost 17 million viewers, the biggest morning audience on any U.K. channel for 10 years and beating Blighty's most popular primetime…
Shaq and Tiger helped NBC secure another primetime ratings victory last week, while Fox was making its own noise with the first two episodes of reality skein "American Idol."
Looks like NBC may have a hot "Dog" on its summer sked, as new reality entry "Dog Eat Dog" delivered the strongest demo scores for any program Monday night.
Whatever happened to the summer doldrums? The weekend delivered huge Nielsens for U.S. Open golf, a nationally distributed baseball game on Fox featuring the New York Yankees vs. the New York Mets…
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The demolition of the New Jersey Nets by the Los Angeles Lakers in four games in the NBA Finals proved to be one of the great turnoffs in the history of TV sports, yielding a record low average…
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