CBS topped Wednesday, led by the season premiere of Survivor: Blood vs. Water.
The reality series' 27th installment topped the night with 9.5 million viewers and a 2.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, but fell 19 percent from last fall's premiere to mark ...
This is the calm before the new-season storm. A week from now, only the most advanced devices will be able to handle the crush of new (and mostly returning-hit) programming airing on Thursdays, with expanded season openers of long-running faves The Big Bang Theory, Parks and Recreation and Grey's Anatomy among the draws.
By comparison, this is a much quieter Thursday, although NBC once had high hopes that the two-hour climax of the seemingly endless and haplessly muddled Million Second Quiz (8/7c) would be something to shout, instead of yawn, about. Instead, the peacock's more anticipated headliner is Valerie's Story — A Meredith Vieira Special (10/9c), an hour-long good-news report from the former Today co-anchor chronicling Valerie Harper's unusually public battle against terminal brain cancer.
Dads and Brooklyn Nine-Nine kicked off Fox's new comedy blockTuesday with solid debuts.
Proving that ...
Sleepy Hollow turned a lot of heads Monday.
The Fox drama premiered to 10 million viewers and a 3.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, surging 127 percent from The Mob Doctor's numbers in the timeslot last year and marking Fox's highest-rated fall drama ...
The X Factor hit series lows with its Season 3 premiere Wednesday.
The one-hour opener drew 6.2 million viewers and a 2.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down from last season's two-hour average of 8.7 million and 3.4. Wednesday's numbers are also half of the series' much-hyped ...