Two years after her infamous twerk alongside Robin Thicke at the 2013 Video Music Awards, Miley Cyrus returned as host, no doubt part of an effort by MTV to shore up the show’s moribund ratings. (The network likely achieved that with...Show More Summary
Reboots, revamps and relaunches of television shows have a hit-and-miss success rate - "Battlestar Galactica" was great, "Knight Rider" not so much - so for one like "America's Best Dance Crew: Road to the VMAs" to be brought back and even do exactly what fans have been clamoring for is a real...
As we head into the second episode of Fear the Walking Dead on AMC, the show is already a runaway success. It shattered both live ratings and DVR records for a cable show, and has likely secured itself a lifespan past the initial two seasons that have already been greenlit. I [...]
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"Intervention," which recently aired its 200th episode, isn't just an extremely successful show format — but it's also earned itself a stellar record for having its subjects remain clean after the cameras stop rolling. "It's just brutally honest in its portrayal of addiction," showrunner Jeff Weaver of GRB Entertainment said of the show's appeal. Show More Summary
The U.S. economy grew faster than initially thought in the second quarter on solid domestic demand, showing fairly strong momentum that could still allow the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates this year. Gross domestic product expanded...Show More Summary
HH: I begin today’s program with Donald Trump, about whom everyone in America is talking. Donald Trump, welcome back, I say I’d start every show of mine with you, you’re such a ratings draw. So just be available more, would you? DT: Oh, I’d love to, Hugh. Show More Summary
AMC’s newest zombie drama Fear the Walking Dead premiered this past Sunday with record breaking success. In fact, according to Movie Web, the new series became the most-watched show ever on a Sunday night, taking in a 5.0 rating with over 10 million viewers. Show More Summary
NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has been a ratings success ever since it debuted back in February 2014. In fact, there are some weeks when Fallon’s ratings are higher than competing late night talk shows on ABC and CBS combined. Show More Summary
As we await the programming flood of the upcoming season, last night saw a bit of a roller coaster on primetime. While Big Brother (2.0/7), the top rated and second most watched (6.34 million) show of the night, was even among adults 18-49 with its August 20 show, lead-out Under The Dome (0.9/3) saw a nice rise. Show More Summary
It appears the economy is doing just well enough and the reflexive bounce in stocks showing that everything is awesome is all that Fed's vice chair Stan Fischer appeared to need to note that "we are heading [a September rate hike]direction." This has been judged as "not dovish enough" and sparked some turmoil... Show More Summary
The CBS show pulls a steady 2.0 rating in the key demo. read more
That pushed the greenback to its biggest weekly loss in two months after minutes of the Fed’s July meeting showed policy makers unconvinced that conditions for a rate increase have been met. But she warns there’s a risk if the Fed raises rates too soon. In another hawkish sign, “many” on the Fed said this
With 678K viewers in the 25-54 demo last night, Megyn Kelly continued a strong week, beating every other show on cable news. It was the show’s highest demo rating since her interview with Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar in June. Fox’s The O’Reilly Factor was #1 with 634K in the demo. Bill O’Reilly was #1 […]
NAR data on housing sales showed the largest July decline since 2011, cutting the annual sales volume growth rate by 47% since March. However, while the growth rate is slowing, total sales volume was the heaviest for July since the peak of the housing bubble in 2005. Show More Summary
The NBC comedy premieres on par with recent Wednesday effort 'Mr. Robinson.' read more
To quote Herman's Hermits, it was a little bit of a case of “second verse same as the first” last night on NBC. Having burned off 6-episodes of Mr. Robinson in 3-weeks, the Comcast-owned net debuted The Carmichael Show (1.1/4) last night in the same post America's Got Talent (1.6/6) slot. Show More Summary
NBC and CBS tied for number one in adults 18-49, while CBS led with total viewers.