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…
New York auds, perhaps suffering from "Producers" overkill, gave Sunday's Tony Awards a surprisingly mild rating -- but broader strength across the country has enabled this year's kudocast to avoid…
CBS, boosted in primetime during May sweeps by "Survivor," enjoyed success in other dayparts as well. Although NBC remains the clear leader in early morning and latenight, the Eye made significant…
The age of one-network dominance may be over. In a year in which sitcoms flopped and real people popped, telepics fizzled and crime dramas sizzled, no single web ruled supreme. Instead, the Big Four…
The L.A. Lakers have crushed their opposition during their record-setting push toward an NBA title repeat, and they've put a major hit on the Peacock's ratings, too.
A row is raging over Australia's new ratings service, which continues to give Kerry Packer's Nine Network lower auds than Nine has come to expect.
Brazil's emergency plan to cut energy use by 20% is wiping soccer off primetime TV, hitting advertisers who have paid for expensive slots.
In a year in which sitcoms flopped and real people popped, telepics fizzled and crime dramas sizzled, the Big Six once again managed to hold their own against ever-exploding competitors like cable…
Fox O&O WNYW New York found out the hard way that nothing lasts forever. For the first time in sweeps history, WNYW's weeknight hourlong newscast at 10 failed to finish ahead of its two local rivals…
There's a new police chief cleaning up crime in D.C. and cleaning up in the ratings on Saturday night, but CBS drama "The District" remains under the radar of most TV observers.
One-hour season finales of its top two comedies boosted CBS to victory on the final Monday of the season, a night that also saw big numbers for a celebrity "Weakest Link" and a surprisingly tame…