CBS wins Sunday, while ABC and NBC were up more than +30 percent vs. the same Sunday last year.
CBS is putting the heft of Sunday’s Super Bowl behind the effort to pump up the numbers for its late-night flagship. “Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” which has fallen well short of the ratings delivered by NBC’s rival “Tonight Show...
A split win last Sunday.
In one of his first major decisions after becoming CBS Entertainment president in September, Glenn Geller tapped Late Show with Stephen Colbert—and not one of CBS's fledgling prime-time dramas like Supergirl or Limitless—for its high-profile post-Super Bowl slot. Show More Summary
Meet the Press wins the demo and shows big growth (+57%) vs. the same day last year.
The return of The X-Files brought in blockbuster ratings for FOX on Sunday night. The show?s Monday night episode opened the night to impressive ratings again. More good news came after that on Monday night, as Lucifer, in its premiere, scored as well.Click To Continue Reading
Scully and Mulder are on the case… and so is the rest of America! If you're one of the millions of people who tuned in to watch the Panthers and Broncos crush the Cardinals and Patriots on Sunday, then you probably also noticed that FOX was heavily promoting the return of The X-Files shortly after the [...]
Meet the Press had its best performance in the key A25-54 demo since Feb. 2, 2014.
NBC’s Meet the Press with Chuck Todd was the most-watched Sunday Beltway show in the news demographic, outstripping its competitors by double digits. Ratings come out same day ABC announced Martha Raddatz has been promoted to co-anchor...Show More Summary
Preliminary ratings for Sunday night's clash between Clinton and Sanders show people did tune in, despite the off-peak schedule.
No Trump, no problem for CBS' Face the Nation.
Sunday's telecast of the Golden Globes on NBC has joined other major awards shows over the past year to post ratings declines, with this year's telecast -- which went up against the closing minutes of NFL playoff coverage on Fox in much of the country -- down about 4% in viewership from last year....
Face the Nation had its largest audience since the Sunday following the attacks of September 11, 2001.
ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos finished No. 1 in the key A25-54 demo.
Meet the Press with Chuck Todd was the top-rated Sunday public affairs program in both total viewers and the key demo.
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CBS' Face the Nation finished first in both total viewers and the demo, while Fox News Sunday had the most growth.
Quantico has done quite well for the ABC network. As a new show for the 2015 fall line up, it has held a decent spot in the ratings, and is hanging out with a full season order. For a new show placed on Sunday night, that is pretty impressive. Show More Summary
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