The Walking Dead Season 7B returned last Sunday and if the ratings are any indicator, the AMC show has to set itself on the road to redemption with new content that people can relate to following the devastating scenes from the first...Show More Summary
White House adviser Stephen Miller was the talk of the town this past Sunday (the 'town' being Washington), and Meet the Press benefited the most, winning the ratings race for the 4th consecutive week.
Fox News anchor Sean Hannity blasted MSNBC anchor Joe Scarborough on Twitter over his criticism of one of President Donald Trump's top advisers. On Sunday, adviser Stephen Miller appeared on four major political talk shows, aggressively...Show More Summary
Dallas-Fort Worth did not exactly go (Lady) gaga over Sunday's New England-Atlanta overtime show at the Super Bowl. At least it didn't in relation to other major markets across the country. No terribly big news there. D-FW rarely is a pacesetter when it comes to big-time sporting events. Show More Summary
Meet the Press was the No. 1 Sunday public affairs show across the board, and posted year-over-year audience growth in key categories. Univision's Al Punto beat ABC, CBS and FOX among adults 18-34.
Viewers flocked to the Sunday public affairs programs on January 29, with NBC’s Meet the Press with Chuck Todd winning the race across the board for the second consecutive week. MTP grew a +23 percent in total viewers and +36 percent in the key A25-54 news demo relative to the final Sunday of January 2016. No Sunday show posted more year-over-year...
The TNT-TBS shared telecast still grossed a modest 3.9 million viewers, but continues an optimistic trend among this year's award shows. read more
Meet the Press hauled in its largest total audience in more than 8 years. The program featured Chuck Todd's "alternative facts" interview with Pres. Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway.
ABC, NBC and CBS posted year-over-year declines in the news demo. This could become a trend as we move further away from the election.
George Stephanopoulos' interview with President Barack Obama gave This Week its largest overall audience in 8 years and its best performance in the demo in nearly 2 years.
Sunday saw the awards show's highest ratings since 2014.
Donald Trump might not have liked Sunday’s Golden Globes ceremony, but TV audiences certainly seemed engaged: Slightly more than 20 million viewers watched the 74th annual awards show, according to Nielsen. While far from a record, that number represents a rebound from 2015’s less-than-spectacular ratings performance (18.5 million) and reverses ... More »
NBC’s telecast of the “74th Annual Golden Globe Awards” scored 20 million viewers on Sunday, a positive sign for the awards show business that has seen ratings slip in recent years. The 8% increase in viewership for the ceremony emceed by “Tonight” host Jimmy Fallon came after a year when most...
This Week with George Stephanopoulos grew +4 percent among adults 25-54 from the same Sunday in 2016.
Face the Nation was the No. 1 Sunday public affairs show for Q4 in total audience, while Meet the Press took top honors among viewers from the ad-friendly A25-54 demo.
After suffering a ratings downturn in the first half of the season, Sunday Night Football has rebounded to the point where it will once again finish as broadcast TV’s number one primetime show. And thanks to having the Dallas Cowboys...Show More Summary
Rob Kardashian may have made endless headlines over the weekend regarding his public relationship downfall with Blac Chyna, but even that didn’t help the shockingly low performance of his reality show special on Sunday. Following the announcement that TV star had split from his fiancée on Saturday, many considered their breakup to be a publicity... Show More Summary
Face the Nation ranked No. 1 in total viewers, while Meet the Press ranked No. 1 in the A25-54 demo. Fox News Sunday delivered the most year-over-year growth.
The franchise's second showing in as many weeks is near a season-best for NBC. read more
Chris Wallace's noteworthy sit-down interview with Pres.-elect Trump gave Fox News Sunday its highest-rated episode since 2003.