The week's soap opera ratings.
NBC ranked #1 among the Big 4 for the night in every key measure.
NBC was number one with adults 18-49 and with total viewers.
ABC’s Nightline won the second quarter of 2015 in all three key measurements: total viewers, and the A25-54 and A18-49 demos. Nightline has now finished No. 1 in Total Viewers for the 3rd straight quarter and in four of the last five. Nightlife...Show More Summary
Soledad O’Brien stars as herself in the new documentary-style film 7 Days in Hell in which two of the biggest tennis stars, Aaron Williams, played by Andy Samberg and Charles Poole, played by Kit Harrington, meet for the longest andShow More Summary
ESPN’s investigative sports journalism program Outside the Lines will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a primetime special on Tuesday, July 7 at 7 p.m. ET. The special will recognize Bob Ley‘s show, which has examined off-the-field...Show More Summary
On the fourth of July, the New York Times gave its readers a first extended look at the political history of Bernie Sanders in Vermont. The article, by Sarah Lyall, is titled "Bernie Sanders's Revolutionary Roots Were Nurtured in '60s Vermont." This sketch of the young Sanders is free of obvious malice. Show More Summary
One Clinton Foundation donor negotiated backroom favors and dealings, at least that’s what the e-mails dump showed, according to The Federalist.
“Dateline NBC” (1.0/4 in 18-49, 4.6 million viewers overall from 10-11 p.m. ET):
Because patriotism and ObamaCare go hand-in-hand, according to Obama and his administration.
NBC and ABC tied for number one with adults 18-49, while CBS won with total viewers.
Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd, who was recently the victim of a Donald Trump rant, showed fans exactly how passionate he is about sports during a Q&A with USA Today. The NBC News political director once co-founded SportsBusiness Daily and remains a huge fan of the Green Bay Packers and Miami Hurricanes. Show More Summary
The White House Correspondents’ Association unveiled a set of “principles and practices” Saturday in search of “meaningful and consistent access to the President and his or her aides whenever and wherever they conduct the public’s business.” The...Show More Summary
In a recent piece for our sister publication The Hollywood Reporter, Benjamin Svetkey provided the most complete account yet of the epic, days-long acting workshop conducted in Hollywood in 2001 by Marlon Brando. A number of celebrities...Show More Summary
Sunday fronts will likely be bursting with images of fireworks from around the country, but newspapers are celebrating the Fourth of July today, too. Here’s a quick collection of fronts, via Newseum, that shows how: The Clarion-Ledger...Show More Summary
CNN’s sister network TBS is set to debut a new late-night new series, Funny Or Die Presents America’s Next Weatherman. The show premieres August 8 at 11 p.m. ET and will be Mark Burnett. The eight-episode competition show features 12...Show More Summary
Last week, the Supreme Court gave a historic blow to the right wing conservatives by ruling that gay marriage is now legal in all 50 states. However, Fox News stars Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity made sure that their core conservative...Show More Summary
Today's topics include: Dukes of Hazzard Cast Member Defends Confederate Flag on Fox News; All New and Totally Crazy Sarah Palin Audio; Jim Webb is Running for President; Rand Paul Meets with Cliven Bundy; Steve King Wants to Impeach Supreme Court Justices; Rush Limbaugh's Butthurt Balm; Crazy Christian Facebook Lady is Crazy; and much more. Show More Summary
Over the last few years, I’ve spent more time than I might like to admit trolling the obscure backwaters of the e-universe to see what kinds of new literary fiction might be out there.
This week, WABC is hiring a freelance director, and DCW50 needs an account executive. Meanwhile, WGCL is seeking a technical producer, and WPBF is on the hunt for an assignment manager. Get the scoop on these openings and more below,...Show More Summary