CBS’s “Face the Nation” drew the most viewers last Sunday, with 3.03 million total. ABC’s “This Week” and NBC’s “Meet the Press” came in 2nd and 3rd place with 2.29 million and 2.23 million viewers respectively. CBS also won the key 25-54 age demographic, with 894,000 viewers, while NBC was next and then ABC. Show More Summary
CBS’ “Face the Nation” won in both ratings measurements on April 13. ABC’s “This Week” came in second in total viewers and NBC’s “Meet the Press” came in second in the A25-54 demographic. Compared to the same week last year, only “Fox News Sunday” was up in both ratings measurements, +25% in total viewers and +26% in the A25-54 demographic. Show More Summary
The season premiere of "Mad Men" took a ratings hit, falling to its lowest debut numbers since 2008.AMC says 2.3 million people watched the show Sunday (April 13), the smallest premiere audience since the Season 2 debut in in July 2008. Show More Summary
Mad Men isn't exactly going out with a bang. The first half of the AMC drama's seventh and final season drew 2.3 million viewers on Sunday, marking the show's smallest audience since its Season 2 bow in 2008 (2.06 million) and down more than 1 million from its Season 6 opener... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Mad Men Game of Thrones Cosmos Resurrection Turn
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All the major Sunday shows were down in the ratings last week compared to the week before -but CBS managed to stay on top of the pile. “Face the Nation” was, for the fourth week in a row, the most watched public affairs program withShow More Summary
Yet another split decision for the Sunday public affairs shows: CBS’ “Face the Nation” comes in first in total viewers, but ABC’s “This Week” takes the top spot in the A25-54 demographic. Compared to the same week last year, only “This Week” grew in both ratings measurements, up +10% in total viewers and +15 in the demo. Show More Summary
“Game of Thrones‘” season four premiere scored big real-life and social ratings Sunday night. The fantasy tale’s premiere drew 6.6 million viewers–the biggest audience for HBO since “The Sopranos” series finale–and came in number three on SocialGuide’s Nielsen Twitter Ratings for the week of March 31- April 6. Show More Summary
Sweet summer children, winter has come again. "Game of Thrones" Season 4 premiered on Sunday, April 6 with one of its best episodes yet -- and series best ratings, to boot.If the show has proved anything with its passing seasons, it's that the story, history and character relations are only getting more complex. Show More Summary
Is "Game of Thrones" our new "Sopranos"? After season four debuted on Sunday, HBO revealed that the episode was watched by more people than the 2007 series finale of its landmark TV show. Sunday's return brought 6.6 million to the fantasy series during its original airing at 9 p.m. on Sunday, and subsequent replays pushed […]
Showtime comedies Shameless and House of Lies had good Sunday nights: The two shows scored their highest finale ratings ever. Shameless, which aired its fourth
Fast National ratings for Sunday, April 6, 2014CBS scored a comfortable ratings win Sunday night with its broadcast of the Academy of Country Music Awards, although the show fell a good amount from last year's unusually high numbers.Also...Show More Summary
“Face the Nation” was the number one Sunday show for the third week in a row this past Sunday with 3.64 million viewers. ABC’s “This Week” came in second with 2.92 million viewers, while NBC’s “Meet the Press” continued a disappointing trend by coming in third with 2.78 million. Show More Summary
CBS’ “Face the Nation” takes the top spot among the Sunday public affairs shows for the second week straight. ABC’s “This Week” came in second in total viewers and NBC’s “Meet the Press” came in second in the A25-54 demographic. Compared to the same week last year, NBC, ABC and CBS are all up. Show More Summary
Maria Bartiromo's new Sunday morning show on Fox News Channel opened with strong ratings, according to data from Nielsen.
The Walking Dead set a new finale ratings record Sunday. The Season 4 closer drew 15.7 million viewers, with 10.2 million in the adults 18-to-49 demographic. Though the figures are down from the show's all-time high (16.1 million and...Show More Summary
Sunday night's season finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead" was a ratings killer, drawing 15.7 million viewers. That's the highest rated finale in the show's four-season history.
CNN CNN’s decision to devote heavy coverage to the missing Malaysia Airlines airplane has paid off with higher viewer numbers, said Brian Stelter, Reliable Sources host, on Sunday’s show. Stelter noted that in the key 25- to 54-year-old demographic, … Read more
“Face the Nation” drew the most viewers out of all the Sunday shows last week. “FTN” and “Fox News Sunday” both had their best ratings of the year, and FOX, CBS, and ABC all saw big jumps compared to last year. Meanwhile, NBC had another...Show More Summary