Chris Johnson, Hannah Ware
Betrayal got off to a rough start on a low night all around.
The infidelity drama debuted Sunday to 5.3 million viewers and a 1.5 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down six tenths from 666 Park Avenue's premiere last year. Lead-ins Once Upon a Time (8.5 million, 2.6) and Revenge (8.04 million, 2.5) returned down ...
Jimmy Kimmel and Neil Patrick Harris
Sunday's 65th Primetime Emmy Awards is on track to hit a seven-year high.
Emmys: Check out the fashion hits and misses
The Neil Patrick Harris-hosted telecast, which clocked in at three hours and 15 minutes, averaged ...
Are the Ravens still Super? Can the 49ers' new hero strike gridiron gold? As the new season begins, we tackle football's biggest burning questions.
Abby Manning and Eli Manning
It's another touchdown for New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning!
Manning and his wife, Abby, have welcomed a...
Mark Harmon, Cote de Pablo
America loves its football, but the top action on TV this season wasn't on the field — it came via CBS' still-potent NCIS. In its tenth season, NCIS managed to beat NBC's Sunday Night Football as the ...
Betsy Brandt and Michael J. Fox
NBC announced its new fall schedule Sunday, and major changes include moving Revolution to Wednesday nights and Parenthood to Thursdays.
Below you can find NBC's new fall schedule, along with a list of pilots the network has picked up to series for the 2013-14 season.
Sportscaster Al Michaels was arrested and charged with driving under the influence after he was stopped at a DUI checkpoint in Santa Monica, Calif. Friday night, CNN reports.
NBC's latest Jay Leno debacle — not to be confused with its previous Jay Leno debacles — has at least momentarily distracted everyone from the Peacock network's other woes.
Even if Jimmy Fallon is on deck to take over The Tonight Show, the earliest that will happen is a year from now. NBC has more pressing issues right now, starting with primetime.
"What a difference a year makes," NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt said during his opening remarks at the Television Critics Association winter previews Sunday.
Of course, he was referring to NBC's huge comeback this fall. On the strength of Sunday Night Football, a fall cycle of The Voice and new drama hit Revolution, NBC ended the fall as the No. 1 broadcast network. In fact, Greenblatt said the network was up 24 percent in the adults-18-to-49 demographic and 19 percent in total viewers; NBC was also the only network to improve in both measures this fall.