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Sunday, 04.27.14 (Posted 04.28.14) Day #4 of the May Sweeps 2014 put CBS into the lead…again. At 7P, ’60 Minutes’ joined the 10+ Million Program Club with a leading 10.33 million viewers. It finished 3.87 million viewers ahead of the … Continue reading →
Sunday, 03.30.14 (Posted on Monday, 03.31.14 CBS began the evening at 7P with the end of the Kentucky victory over Michigan to earn the final spot in the Final Four of the NCAA Basketball tournament with 16.44 million viewers and … Continue reading →
NBC Makes The ‘Dateline’ To #1 In U.S. BBC One With ‘The Voice UK’Again Finishes On Top In The U.K. Seven Finishes #1 In Australia.
Saturday, 03.29.14 (Posted 03.30.14) In one of the slowest nights of the year, in what some might call a ‘yawner’, NBC finished ahead of all the other broadcast networks. As for whether it will win the night, we will all … Continue reading →
Sunday, 04.23.14 (Posted 03.24.14) CBS brought back its usual Sunday night lineup but the shocker happened at 9P. Earlier in the evening, at 7P, NCAA Basketball pulled in 13.93 million viewers and a 9.3/17 while at 730P, the game brought … Continue reading →
CBS Is The #1 Network In The U.S. BBC One Finished #1 In The U.K. On Sunday. Seven Is Again #1 In Australia.
strong>Sunday, 03.16.14 CBS won Sunday going away with a margin of 33% over the #2 network, ABC. At 7P, ’60 Minutes’ won its time period and was the top program on Sunday with 11.11 million viewers and an 8.2 rating … Continue reading →
Sunday, 03.09.10 CBS began the evening at 7P with the leading newsmagazine on television, ’60 Minutes’ explored the facts behind the hidden data information selling business of personal information as well as a look behind the revolution in the Ukraine … Continue reading →
Oscar…Oscar…Oscar. ABC With The Academy Awards #1 In The U.S. On Sunday. BBC One Wins Top Spot In The UK. Seven Is #1 In Australia.
Sunday, 03.02.14 ABC presented the 86th Annual Academy Awards from Hollywood, California on Sunday and it dominated all of television in prime time. In one of the best Oscar telecasts, host Ellen Degeneris was perfect as she moved the show … Continue reading →
NBC #1 In The U.S. With winter Olympics Closing Ceremonies. BBC Two With Olympics & Top Gear Won. Seven Tops In Australia With ‘Sunday Night’.
Sunday, 02.23.14 NBC won again with the ‘Winter Olympics’, making it a clean sweep in the top position for 18 straight nights. Beginning the evening, a Special featuring Nancy & Tonya, it drew 12.59 million viewers. Sunday Night Football commentators … Continue reading →
Sunday, 02.16.14 NBC finished #1 for the 10th straight night with 21.08 million viewers. Sunday’s game’s coverage featured figure skating (team dancing), alpine skiing (Bode wins a Bronze), snowboarding, speed skating (another Netherlands sweep) and bobsled (those crazy Jamaica guys). … Continue reading →
It was a big night for television on Sunday, with the continuation of the Winter Olympics on NBC, the CBS special ‘The Beatles: The Night That Changed America–A Grammy Salute’, ‘Downton Abbey’ on PBS and the return of ‘The Walking … Continue reading →