TV Ratings
Subscribers to premium-cable channels HBO and Showtime got their money's worth Sunday night at 9.
The primetime-TV runner-up had less than one-third the audience of ABC's Academy Awards.
New CBS procedurals have found an early audience, while the latest "Love Boat" adaptation is already capsized.
There was a Red Wave of sorts last night: 2022 midterm-election viewers rushed to Fox News Channel.
No wonder Ted Sarandos saved this show like he was was Captain Sully and Netflix was the Hudson.
Step aside "Bridgerton" Season 2; "Stranger Things 4," you're probably safe.
We gave the "Alex Wagner Tonight" anchor eight weeks to right the ratings ship. It didn't happen.
In just 12 days, Ryan Murphy's "Dahmer" is Netflix's 9th most-watched English-language TV series of all time.
Trevor Noah's "Daily Show" is averaging nearly 1 million fewer viewers than Jon Stewart's — but the show is still Comedy Central's crown jewel.
Ryan Murphy's "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story" opened to more hours-viewed than even "Squid Game" — in Week 1, at least.
The stream wasn't flawless, but these numbers show streaming can be a contender in sports.
NBC has now won the 52-week TV season in ratings among adults 18-49 eight out of the past nine years.
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