Ratings: CBS Tops 2012-2013 Season; NBC Narrows Gap; Fox Takes Biggest Hit 2 days ago
With the 2012-2013 television season drawing to a close, CBS is poised to win in total viewers and the key 18-49 demographic, marking the...
By Tim Kenneally
Show beats everything but football
CBS is most watched
Miley Cyrus boosts "Two and a Half Men" to a season high
"Modern Family" takes top honors in key demo and total viewers
A zombie show based on a comic book on a network no one cared about five years ago could surpass hits like "Modern Family"
Most networks post big losses versus 2008 with presidential debate coverage
J.J. Abrams' "Revolution" rises 13 percent in key demo
Frank Darabont's zombie series averaged 5.3M viewers on Halloween night; by comparison, season 4 of "Mad Men" debuted to 2.9M
Zombie drama full of life in key demo
CBS's "The Mentalist" jumps 25 percent
"Beauty and the Beast" off to a strong start; "The Big Bang Theory" posts the night's best numbers
"Chicago Fire" soft for NBC
CBS and "NCIS" score largest total viewerships
NBC makes big gains as CBS easily leads in total viewers
ABC most-watched with steady "Dancing With the Stars" and "Castle"
CBS's "The Mentalist" hit a series low after dropping 24 percent last week's season premiere
"Elementary" and "The Last Resort" drop from series premieres
OWN ratings are up, and it's getting help from Tyler Perry
"Survivor" is most-watched program of the night; as CBS, Fox win overall
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"New Girl" and "Dancing With the Stars" remain steady with last week's premieres
Third-place network benefits from "The Voice," "Sunday Night Football"
Showtime has biggest Sunday audience ever after Emmy wins
The night's other series premiere, "The Last Resort," was up slightly from last year's premiere of the quickly canceled "Charlie's Angels"
The Emmy Awards grow in total viewers, despite decline in key demo
ABC's "Wipeout" finale down versus last summer's closer
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation