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  • No Laughing Matter: TV Networks Need New Sitcoms

    It's been four years since ABC's "Modern Family" came along and seemingly put the half-hour comedy back on the map, but the TV biz has hardly been a laugh-a-minute since. Not only has the Alphabet been unable to find a companion to its megahit comedy, but...
  • Cory Monteith tribute draws biggest 'Glee' audience in a year

    Thursday night's "Glee," an emotional tribute to its former cast member Cory Monteith who died earlier this year, drew an audience of 7.4 million, according to early numbers from Nielsen. The episode of the Fox series got a rating of 2.8 in the key 18-...
  • Big 4 broadcast networks feel good about fall, thanks to 'DVR lift'

     Big 4 broadcast networks feel good about fall, thanks to 'DVR lift'
    This may be remembered as the autumn that network TV executives fell head over heels in love — with the DVR. Not that long ago, digital video recorders were seen as a threat to broadcasters' way of life, much as VCRs were seen as a killer for...
  • Producers Guild To Honor Chuck Lorre with Norman Lear Award

    Chuck Lorre will receive the 2014 Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television from the Producers Guild of America at the PGA Awards on Jan. 19. Lear is being honored for his work on such shows as "The Big Bang Theory," "Two and a Half Men" and "Dharma...
  • 'Ellen,' 'Live With Kelly & Michael' Gaining on 'Dr. Phil' As Top Syndicated Talkshow

    The ratings battle for the most popular syndicated talkshow is shaping up to be a tight one this fall, with a rising "Ellen" and "Live With Kelly & Michael" now within striking distance of "Dr Phil." For the first five weeks this fall, CBS TV...
  • TV ratings: NBC series hold, 'Millers' slips against World Series

    TV ratings: NBC series hold, 'Millers' slips against World Series
    As expected, Fox ruled Thursday night in the television ratings with the World Series as the St. Louis Cardinals came back from a sloppy Game 1 to tie the series with a 4-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox.  According to early numbers from Nielsen, Fox...
  • 'Big Bang Theory' Top Show, But World Series Wins Night for Fox

    Fox won Thursday's ratings race wiht Game 2 of the World Series, which was down from the opener, on a night that saw little movement on the entertainment series side, though CBS' "Elementary" pulled out of its funk with week-to-week gains opposite ABC's...
  • 'Walking Dead' Slays 'American Idol' as Primetime's Top Entertainment Advertising Buy

    For the past few years, "American Idol" has had to contend with an ever-changing roster of judges, competition from NBC's "The Voice" and ratings declines. Add one more destabilizing challenge to the pile: hungry zombies on cable. Advertisers are willing...
  • Comcast Pays CBS for Expanded VOD, Online Streaming Rights

    Comcast is paying CBS to offer subscribers more of the Eye's shows on video-on-demand and through its Internet-streaming service -- giving the cable giant a bit more ammunition to fight over-the-top services like Netflix. Under the pact, Comcast will...
  • TV ratings: 'The Millers' opens strong; 'Scandal' surges

    TV ratings: 'The Millers' opens strong; 'Scandal' surges
    It looks like "The Millers'" dysfunction is working just fine for CBS so far.  Coming off a big lead-in from the hit "The Big Bang Theory," "The Millers" kicked off with 13.2 million viewers and a rating of 3.3 in the key 18-49 age demographic,...
  • Hollywood Networking Breakfast Helps Bizzers Connect

    For screenwriter Debbie Lollie, there's no question that breakfast is the most important meal. Lollie has developed a budding professional relationship with producer Ralph Winter, has had four screenplays optioned, and is meeting with an independent film...
  • CBS Comedy Block, ABC's Scorching 'Scandal' Top Thursday

    CBS and ABC were the standout networks on the second Thursday of the season, with the Eye's new four-comedy block looking pretty good despite expected declines for Robin Williams rookie "The Crazy Ones." The Alphabet, meanwhile, closed strong, with...