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Amy Schumer And Justin Bieber Ranked Highest In Annual Most Dangerous Celebrities Study

According to Intel Security’s annual McAfee Most Dangerous Celebrities study, which is now in its tenth year, Amy Schumer is the highest rated celebrity in a list of well-known figures that includes actors, comedians, musicians, TV personalities, athletes and other noteworthy figures. The research conducted by Intel Security tries to determine [...]

Syndicated TV ratings: ‘Judge Judy’ starts new season at No. 1, ‘Harry’ opens OK

“Judge Judy” started a new season in the same place as it ended the old season: ranking first among syndicated strips. The show opened its 21st season with a 7.0 household rating, good enough for a seventh straight week at the top of the charts. Show More Summary

TV Ratings: 'This Is Us' Leads Tuesday Retention Race

The NBC drama, ordered for a full season, loses little steam. read more

TV Ratings Tuesday: ‘This Is Us’ and ‘Bull’ hold up in week 2, ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ rises

Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016 The numbers for Tuesday show pretty good week 2 retention for a pair of new dramas and a slight improvement for a veteran show in a new timeslot: Time Show Adults 18-49 Rating/Share Viewers (millions) 8 p.m. Show More Summary

Cheating, Teen Pregnancy, Blackmail! 9 TV Shows That Got ROCKED By Real-Life Sex Scandals!

Kris Jenner knows that there's no better way to give your show a ratings boost than a good ol' fashioned scandal. But sometimes, celebrities get caught in acts so naughty, it results in them being fired — or worse… the entire show gets cancelled! 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar learned this all too well in [...]

Premiere week ratings show TV networks still have a youth problem

It’s a new TV season, but the first week’s ratings indicate that the networks will be facing what has become the same old problem with younger viewers. During premiere week for the 2016-17 season, overall prime-time TV usage was off around 7% among the 18-to-34 age group compared with a year ago,...

Premiere week ratings show TV networks still have a youth problem

It’s a new TV season, but the first week’s ratings indicate that the networks will be facing what has become the same old problem with younger viewers. During premiere week for the 2016-17 season, overall prime-time TV usage was off around 7% among the 18-to-34 age group compared with a year ago,...

Clinton-Trump Showdown Is Most-Watched Presidential Debate

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An estimated 84 million people watched Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in their first debate Monday, according to TV ratings data from Nielsen, making it the most-watched debate ever.

Donald Trump Vs Hillary Clinton Most Watched Debate In TV History At 81M+ Viewers

Donald Trump has broken another TV ratings record in his bid for the White House. Across 12 TV networks that carried live Trump’s first skirmish on the same stage with Hillary Clinton, 81 million viewers tuned in, setting a new record...Show More Summary

About 84 million TV viewers for Clinton-Trump match-up is a presidential debate record

The contentious first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump lived up to its big ratings expectations with an estimated average TV viewership that will top the previous record of 80.6 million. The total average audience for Monday’s match-up for the ad-supported broadcast...

'JonBenet's mother: victim or killer' joins Lifetime's TV movie in Ramsey ratings grab (Exclusive)

Lifetime is dedicating a full night of programming to mark the 20th anniversary of JonBenet Ramsey. In addition to previously announced scripted TV movie Who Killed JonBenet?(watch the trailer, above, exclusive to THR)the female-skewing...Show More Summary

'Monday Night Football' gets trounced in TV ratings by Trump-Clinton presidential debate

“Monday Night Football” was already experiencing a significant drop in viewers this season going into this week’s game. It definitely could have done without going up against Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Airing opposite this year’s first presidential debate for much of its broadcast, the Atlanta...

TV Ratings: Clinton-Trump Debate on Track for Record Highs in Early Numbers

The initial showing among ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox climbs 22 percent from 2012. read more

Presidential Debate Boosts CBSN Ratings To New High!

Like ’em or loathe ’em, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have provided must-see TV – and never more so than with their first presidential debate. CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news service, hit ratings highs in both single day and hourly measures thanks to the debate. Show More Summary

Clinton-Trump debate sends ‘Monday Night Football’ TV rating to possible historic low

Monday night’s game between the Atlanta Falcons and the New Orleans Saints wasn’t expected to draw a huge TV audience. Neither of those teams has a national following, ratings for “Monday Night Football” overall have been in decline, the game was barely competitive and there was a certain presidential debate going up against it. So […]

TV Ratings Monday: First presidential debate draws huge audience

Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Monday, Sept. 26, 2016 Note: Live coverage of the presidential debate on ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC will mean greater adjustments than usual in the final nationals. The numbers for Monday: Time Show Adults 18-49 Rating/Share Viewers (millions) 8 p.m. Show More Summary

One New Show Just Hit The Biggest DVR Ratings So Far

For the most part, the new TV programs have done well so far this season. That's good news for the major networks. Now, that Live+3 ratings are trickling in from last week, there's even better news.

Robot Hillary Misfires Again

Clinton vs Trump Debate 2016 to be held at Hofstra University. High TV ratings are expected. Democrat's candidate expected to say predictable "Boo Bop Beep Beep". This post Robot Hillary Misfires Again appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Week Three ratings down, again

Good news came Thursday night for the NFL, with an increase in ratings over the same spot in 2015, even though the Patriots bulled over the Texans. The rest of the TV viewership ratings for Week Three, in comparison to 2015, was not as good. Via SportsBusiness Daily, the overnight ratings were down for Sunday…

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