Meet the Press finished No. 1 across-the-board. This Week posted year-over-year total audience growth, while Fox News Sunday showed improvement in the news demo.
TPM: President Donald Trump on Sunday claimed that his approval numbers are "very good," though a poll released the same day shows that Trump has the lowest approval rating of any president approaching their 100-day mark in office since 1945. Show More Summary
On Sunday, a new ABC News and Washington Post poll was published and revealed a lot of interesting demographics and results about President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in the White House. Apparently, the results show that a whopping...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump set another record low approval rating as he concludes his first 100 days in office, though his core supporters largely support his brief tenure. A Washington Post/ABC poll released on Sunday showed the new president...Show More Summary
Fox News Sunday posted year-over-year audience growth, both in total audience and in the key A25-54 demo.
Meet the Press is the No. 1 Sunday public affairs show across the board for the sixth consecutive week, a first since 2011.
Meet the Press has been the most-watched Sunday public affairs show for 10 of the past 11 weeks.
On March 19, each of the English language Sunday public affairs shows posted year-over-year losses in total audience.
It was the most hyped episode of reality TV in years, something so controversial the show went on hiatus and was rumored to potentially not return. And it only scored an extra 100K viewers. Sunday was the Keeping Up With The Kardashians episode dealing with Kim Kardashian West's Paris robbery, and with the ratings for the once [...]
CBS had a strong showing in the ratings Sunday night, when the start of its prime-time lineup was delayed 35 minutes in the Eastern and Central time zones by coverage of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Citing Live+Same Day figures,...
We have a feeling KUWTK is going to see a spike in ratings on Sunday after previous plummeting numbers! In case you didn't know, the show has been teasing Kim Kardashian West revealing her side of the terrifying Paris robbery for the first time on the March 19 episode. Related: Kendall Jenner Has Been Robbed! Well, in one [...]
Meet the Press has now been the most-watched Sunday public affairs show for 7 of the past 8 weeks. This Week posted slight year-over-year growth in the demo.
We all applauded CBS on Sunday for cutting its NCAA Tournament Selection Show from two hours to 90 minutes and releasing the bracket within the first half of the show. It seemed like basic common sense that viewers shouldn’t have to slog through such an unwieldy bracket reveal. Show More Summary
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's support rate slipped six points to just under 56 percent, an opinion poll showed on Sunday, after weeks of questions in parliament about a murky land deal by a school operator to whom his wife had links.
Coming off its February win, Meet the Press dominated the competition across multiple age groups and in total viewers this past Sunday.
NBC wins Sunday, its sixth night in a row, as two networks launch time travel shows to mixed results. read more
The Oscars saw in surge a viewership among African American households Sunday, a year after the motion picture academy came under fire for the lack of diversity among its nominees. Nielsen data shows an average of 4.17 million black viewers were tuned into the 89th Academy Awards telecast, an increase...
Meet the Press ranked No. 2 in Total Viewers this past Sunday, but finished February Sweeps as the No. 1 Sunday public affairs show across-the-board.
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While the biggest gaffe in the Oscars' history certainly makes Sunday's awards ceremony one of the most memorable, the ratings for Sunday's Jimmy Kimmel-hosted Oscars represent a nine-year low for the awards show. According to Nielsen ratings data, 32.9 million people watched the ABC broadcast. Show More Summary