Maybe the miniseries isn't extinct. "Dinotopia," ABC's big gun for the May sweep, was living large in the ratings Sunday night, towering in its two-hour block in adults 18-49 and total viewers.
It was a case of goodbye and hello for television's top dramas Thursday, as the farewell episode of Anthony Edwards' character on "ER" and the introduction of spinoff characters on "CSI" delivered…
The current television season may go down as one of the weakest on record in terms of successful new series.
NBC continues its sweeps roll, taking huge leads at the month's halfway point after a big victory on Wednesday night. It's also shaping up to be a great month for the WB, which joins the Peacock as…
It's toss-up Tuesday at the networks this sweep, as the week's most wide-open night went to ABC this time in key demographics thanks to a pair of specials and the strongest "NYPD Blue" in three…
NBC, the dominant May sweeps network for nearly a decade, is picking up steam as the current book approaches the halfway point.
NBC's star-studded 75th-anni spec dominated the primetime ratings Sunday, giving the net its best May sweeps showing on the night in three years.
NBC has widened its May sweeps demo ratings lead with victories on Thursday, Friday and Saturday -- and the net was expecting a nice push Sunday from its 75th anniversary special.
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…
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