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Television's Most Stable Show Is A New Show

PLUS: New No. 1 network show, new No. 1 comedy crowned

ABC's returning drama "Scandal" has done something that few -- if any -- new shows have done before: It finished the season with the most stable audience in all of network television. The series, which stars Kerry Washington and Henry Ian Cusick, finished the season ranked No. 42 overall, but mai ...

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Ratings Drop, But Networks Expect To Return 83 Shows

Inside Blip provides in-depth analysis of what the 2012-13 television season could be like

Well, if our analysis and forecast is right, the 2011-12 season won't be a season too full of death. In fact, if what we predict holds true, the networks will return 83 shows and part ways with just 32 as we get down to crunch time preparing for the 2012-13 television season. CBS is likely to kee ...

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'American Idol' Back, But Falls Lower In Top 10

NBC loses ground on Fox with poor premieres of new series

"American Idol" returned as television's No. 4 show, continuing to slide from what was once the hottest (and top-rated) show on television. The first few weeks of the Fox leader opened to a 9.2 rating/14 share, according to Fast National overnight ratings from The Nielsen Co., down nearly 9 perce ...

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Fox Sinks Below NBC, Desperately Needs Strong 'Idol'

PLUS: 'Blue Bloods' becomes television's most stable show

Fox is in trouble. Serious trouble. While NBC is surging with the help of "The Voice" and new sci-fi show "Revolution," Fox is trying to find its foothold, and it's slipping quickly, especially now that it ended 2012 as television's No. 4 network behind CBS, ABC ... and NBC. Well behind them, eve ...

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January's No. 1 Show Is Not 'American Idol'

For the first time in years, a scripted drama is at top past mid-season

It might be time to dust off that season-end crown and get ready for the coronation of a new king. "American Idol" returned in January, but not as television's No. 1 show. In fact, once the dust settled for the first month of 2012, it was a scripted drama in the top slot, not a reality show. Is i ...

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The First Half Of 2011-12 Season Belongs To CBS

PLUS: New shows are creeping into the Top 15

CBS rules the world. Just take a look at the charts. In the top 20 alone, 17 of the shows are on CBS. The other three are on ABC. It's the kind of dominance that CBS has become used to in recent years, and one they'll probably get comfortable with for some time to come. The first half of the ...

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