NBC Thursday rebounds, still finishes fourth
CBS had NFL preemptions in Buffalo and Miami
Veteran character actress best known as Howard's never-seen mother, shouting from off screen
NBC Thursday rebounds a bit, CW shows tie lows
"I would like to see Penny and Emily end up friends," says the CBS sitcom actress
"Big Bang Theory" star Jim Parsons is the second-to-last scheduled visitor for the CBS late-night show
NBC's "Sunday Night Football" just edges out Fox's World Series Game 7
Sans football, "Mom" hits a new high, "Two and a Half Men" dips, "The McCarthys" debuts OK; drama "Elementary" ties series low in opener
Hint: It's not "The Colbert Report" or "The Five"
Fox's World Series games take five spots in the week's rankings
For perspective, the blowout Broncos victory more than doubled "The Voice" -- and not the Tuesday edition, either
Will Arnett sitcom drops 33 percent from last fall's debut
Sidekick Andy Richter's sneeze leads to the death of "The Big Bang Theory" cast on the TBS sketch
NBC cruises through demo with "The Voice," "Blacklist"
NBC nabs five of the top seven spots in key demo last week
NBC tops Monday with singing competition and "The Blacklist"
"Gotham" and "Scorpion" hold up well in their second week
"Mom" will premiere its second season on Oct. 30
NBC Rides 'The Voice,' 'Blacklist' to No. 1 for the night
"I took it in my own hands and made a joke about it, because what are you going to do?"
The lack of Olympics won't help NBC -- but it does have the Super Bowl this season
"Breaking Bad" cleans up, "Modern Family" wins top comedy -- again
On Robin Williams' tragic suicide, Newhart tells TheWrap, "It's amazing how much he made people laugh on the outside when there was so much pain...
Negotiations delayed production on upcoming eighth season
Take a deep breath, everybody; your favorite funny nerds will be back on the air
Production on hit CBS comedy was scheduled to begin Wednesday
Miley Cyrus boosts "Two and a Half Men" to a season high
"Big Bang Theory" star Jim Parsons reveals his sexuality in New York Times profile
The new Art Directors Council chairman, John Shaffner, recently completed four years as chairman and CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
"30 Rock" drops to a series low