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  • TNT Sets Rollout for Three Series

    Three new series are headed to TNT in the coming months, ensuring a nearly unbroken string of originals on the network into 2009. The network has stated of goal of having all original programming on three nights of the week by 2010, and the trio of new...
  • Emmy barely commends series at their ends

    Emmy barely commends series at their ends
    In their final bows, "ER," "The Shield" and "Battlestar Galactica" did not receive a fond farewell from Emmy voters. Despite critical accolades, high-profile guest stars and expanded finales loaded with resolutions, none of the dramas nabbed a major...
  • TV Ratings: FOX Noses Out CBS Thursday

    Fast National ratings for Thursday, Feb. 26, 2009 A Thursday edition of "American Idol" shook up the normal ratings order for the night, propelling FOX to a win over CBS. FOX averaged an 8.8 rating/14 share for the night, narrowly beating CBS' 8.7/14...
  • Summary of the 2008 Emmy Awards Nominations

    23 Nominations 'John Adams' 17 Nominations '30 Rock' 16 Nominations 'Mad Men' 12 Nominations 'Pushing Daisies' 11 Nominations 'Recount' 10 Nominations 'Bernard And Doris' 9 Nominations '80th Annual Academy Awards' 'Tin Man' 8 Nominations...
  • Emmy Awards 2008: Facts and Figures

    NON-CABLE NOMINATIONS AND WINS ABC – 76 nominations CBS – 51 nominations CW – 2 nominations FOX – 28 nominations NBC – 50 nominations PBS – 33 nominations CABLE NOMINATIONS AND WINS A&E – 9 nominations AMC – 20 nominations Animal Planet – 1...
  • Eight Is Enough for Zach Braff on 'Scrubs'

    If "Scrubs" has life beyond the 2008-09 season, it will probably have to live without Zach Braff. The new-to-ABC comedy series is at this point only guaranteed to air this season, its eighth overall. But ABC Entertainment President Stephen McPherson...
  • NBC Applies 'Lipstick' in February

    NBC has put another piece of its midseason programming in place, scheduling the premiere of "Lipstick Jungle" for February. The series, based on "Sex and the City" author Candace Bushnell's novel, will debut at 10 p.m. ET Thursday, Jan. 7. It will fill...
  • NBC Slots 'Medium,' Firms Up Schedule

    NBC Slots 'Medium,' Firms Up Schedule
    NBC will unleash a mix of new and returning shows -- including a heavy dose of unscripted programming -- in the early months of 2008. The new, strike-adapted slate includes the return of "Medium" to Monday nights, the previously announced creation of a...
  • Usual Suspects Dominate Thursday

    Fast National ratings for Thursday, Dec. 6, 2007 Thursday's Nielsen ratings shook out the way they usually do, with CBS sitting atop the overall heap and ABC grabbing the lead in the 18-49 demographic. CBS averaged a 9.4 rating/15 share in primetime,...
  • CBS On the Scene Thursday

    Fast National ratings for Thursday, Dec. 27, 2007 The December doldrums hit the ratings pretty hard Thursday, but CBS came through relatively unscathed thanks to its crime dramas. CBS averaged a 6.7 rating/12 share for the night, winning the Nielsen...
  • 'Chuck' Gets One More Showcase

    "Chuck" is returning to NBC, for all of one night. The show's final two episodes for the foreseeable future will air at 8 and 10 p.m. ET Thursday, Jan. 24, the network announced Wednesday. They'll be sandwiched around an episode of "The Celebrity...
  • The strike aside, hit shows are still missing

    The strike aside, hit shows are still missing
    WHEN NBC's Golden Globes telecast devolved into a fiasco earlier this month, with ratings skidding more than 70%, it seemed to hammer home the conventional wisdom about the writers strike. The strike by the Writers Guild of America, you'll recall, was...