Ratings: CNN's 'New Day' Premieres to Lukewarm Numbers 10 hours ago
"New Day," CNN's new entry into the morning-show fray, drew mixed ratings with its Monday premiere.
The show, anchored by...
By Tim Kenneally
Only "Vegas" and "Private Practice" grow on a night filled with declines
"Dancing With the Stars" gets a bump in key demographic
American Music Awards slide 21 percent from last year
Taylor Swift's "X Factor" visit yields a modest bump in key demo
Strong, two-hour "X Factor" pushes Fox to victory for the night in key demo
"NCIS" grabs night's biggest audience, "Private Practice" drops to a series low
"Dancing With the Stars" is the night's most-watched program
Chicago-Houston NFL game down slightly from last week but still takes top ratings and biggest audience of the night
Oprah shows up for "Lincoln" as NBC’s “The Voice” celebrates ratings win over "X Factor" with judges performing at a party.
The Peacock holds a commanding first place in key demo and total viewers, according to early numbers
"Dancing With the Stars" is night's most-watched program
"Simpsons," "Family Guy" and other Animation Domination entries slide after four-week hiatus
"Modern Family" is top-rated show of the night, while "Criminal Minds" is most-watched
CBS's "NCIS" is night's most-watched show with 18.3 million total viewers
"The Voice" grows 16 percent for first "knockout round' episode and helps deliver NBC a ratings victory
"Sunday Night Football" inches up from last week, while "60 Minutes" plunges and "The Good Wife" dips
ABC's new drama "The Last Resort" drops 24 percent in key demo
Network is top-rated in key demo for the first time since 2002
The CW's new comic-book adaptation "Arrow" continues to shoot straight
CBS's "Vegas" takes a 25 percent hit in key demo
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
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts