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Exits The Trump Soho Hotel In Manhattan

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Csi Crime Scene Investigation and Marg Helgenberger
Csi Crime Scene Investigation and Marg Helgenberger
Csi Crime Scene Investigation and Marg Helgenberger

America's Got Talent Down From Last Year, Still No. 1


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It is that time of year when NBC's America's Got Talent dominates the weekly ratings -- except for those weeks when the NBA Finals overwhelm everything in sight. Last week was no exception as Tuesday's edition of AGT led Nielsen's top ten with 12.5 million viewers. That was well off the 15.2 million that it attracted during the comparable week a year ago, but nothing else on the tube came close. Of course, amost everything else on the Nielsen list was a rerun. A repeat of CBS's NCIS placed third on the list with 8.7 million viewers. In the top 20, the only non-repeats on the list besides AGT were ABC's The Bachelorette (#7); ABC's coverage of the Concert for the Queen (#9); Fox's So You Think You Can Dance (#13); and the Tony Awards (#18). During a slow news week, ratings for each of the evening newscasts were down. NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams remained the leader with 7.5 million viewers. ABC Wrod News with Diane Sawyer placed second with 6.7 million viewers, while the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley continued to trail with 5.2 million viewers. Overall, CBS led the week with an average 3.9 household rating and a 7 share. NBC came in second with a 3.1/5, edging out ABCwith a 3.0/5. Fox trailed with a 2.4/4.

The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. America's Got Talent (Tuesday), NBC, 7.5/13; 2. America's Got Talent (Monday), NBC, 7.3/12; 3. NCIS, CBS, 5.7/10; 4. 60 Minutes, CBS, 5.3/10; 4. The Big Bang Theory, CBS, 5.3/10; 6. NCIS Los Angeles , CBS, 5.0/8; 7. The Bachelorette , ABC, 4.7/8; 8. Person of Interest, CBS, 4.5/8; 9. Concert for the Queen , ABC, 4.4/7; 9. Csi Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 4.4/7; 9. The Mentalist, CBS, 4.4/8.

13/06/2012

'CSI Miami' Cancelled


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One of television's top rated shows - 'CSI Miami' - has been axed by CBS and the writers are currently trying to figure out what happened to the beloved show starring David Caruso. Bill Carter - a writer for the 'New York Times' - suggested that the reason for the cancelation was: "because it was more expensive than its newer, and lower-rated, sister show, CSI New York."

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Longer running television shows end up costing more money over time due to a variety of reasons. Amongst these are the facts that actors who make a name for themselves through the show and become more and more famous, end up demanding higher and higher pay. Due to labour contracts, even the lowest crew members receive huge pay rises. Another problem is that in order to keep up with a level of quality established over a long run-time, expensive locations are used. This happened to 'CSI Miami', although as the production costs skyrocketed, the rating for the series steadily declined.  

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Ncis Beats Out Talent Contests


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CBS's NCIS was back on top of the Nielsen ratings chart again last week, beating out such formidable competitors as ABC's Dancing With The Stars, Fox's American Idol and NBC's The Voice . Its margin of victory was slight -- and insignificant statistically. It drew 19.06 million viewers (an 11.9 rating and a 19 share) to Dancing 's 18.79 million (11.9/18). The Wednesday edition of American Idol, ordinarily the dominant show when it's competing, placed third with 17.21 million viewers. Fourth place went to NCIS Los Angeles with 16.17 million, while the Thursday (results) edition of Idol could do no better than fifth place with 15.58 million viewers. Ratings were down sharply among the evening newscasts, although NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams remained in the lead with 8.3 million viewers. ABC World News with Diane Sawyer placed second with 7.1 million, while The CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley placed third with 6.0 million viewers. (It aired only on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday due to coverage of NCAA basketball on Thursday and Friday.) CBS once again finished the week at the head of the class among total adults and among the 18-49 age group, averaging a 6.2 household rating and a 10 share. ABC placed second with a 4.4/7, followed by Fox with a 4.1/7 and NBC with a 3.4/6.

The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. NCIS , CBS, 11.9/19; 2. Dancing with the Stars (Monday), ABC, 11.9/18; 3. American Idol (Wednesday), Fox, 10.4/17; 4. NCIS Los Angeles , CBS, 10.2/16; 5. American Idol (Thursday), Fox, 9.3/15; 6. Criminal Minds , CBS, 7.9/12; 7. Castle , ABC, 7.5/12; 8. Csi Crime Scene Investigation , CBS, 7.3/12; 8. Unforgettable , CBS, 7.3/12; 10. 60 Minutes, CBS, 7.2/12.

28/03/2012

Univision A Big Ratings Winner


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Nielsen's top ten ratings list was turned on its ear this week as Univision's telenovela (limited-run soap opera) Fuerza del Destino captured three of the positions among the key demographic group of adults 18-49, making the Spanish-language broadcaster the No. 1 network in the 9 00 p.m. hour throughout the week in that demo. Also in that demo, CBS's Wednesday-night edition of Big Brother 13 rose to the top of the ratings list, knocking off the Tuesday performance installment of America's Got Talent. Among total adults, however, it was a different story. Tuesday's AGT remained in the lead with 11.2 million viewers, followed by Wednesday's "results" installment with 10.65 million. Big Brother 13 (Wednesday) came in at No. 6 and Fuerza del Destino ranked no higher than No. 42. A relatively slow news week was reflected in the ratings for the nightly newscasts. As usual, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams led with 7.86 million viewers. ABC World News with Diane Sawyer ranked second with 7.23 million, followed by CBS with 5.88 million. In overall rankings for the week, CBS led with an average 3.7 rating and a 6 share. ABC followed with a 3.1/5, edging out NBC with a 3.0/5. Fox trailed with a 1.7/3.

The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. America's Got Talent (Tuesday), NBC, 6.8/11; 2. America's Got Talent (Wednesday), NBC, 6.5/10; 3. NCIS , CBS, 5.9/10; 4. NCIS Los Angeles , CBS, 5.7/9; 5. NCIS 10 00 p.m. Special, CBS, 5.0/8; 6. Big Brother 13 (Wednesday), CBS, 4.9/8; 7. Saturday Night Football , ABC, 4.6/9; 8. Bachelor Pad, ABC, 4.5/7; 9. 60 Minutes , CBS, 4.1/8; 10. Big Brother 13 (Sunday), CBS, 3.9/7; 10. Csi Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 3.9/7.

08/09/2011

Ratings Ncis At Top


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A rerun of CBS's NCIS placed first in the ratings among total adults last week, edging out the usual weekly winner during the summer, NBC's America's Got Talent. The Tuesday edition of the talent contest came in second, while Wednesday's came in third. Among the evening newscasts, the race between the two leaders remained close, with NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams retaining the lead with 7.7 million viewers and ABC World News with Diane Sawyer staying close behind with 7.3 million. As usual, CBS Evening News with Scott Peley placed a distant third with 5.3 million viewers. For the week once again dominated with an average 4.1 rating and a 7 share. The other three networks virtually tied for second place, with ABC slightly ahead with an average 2.9 rating and a 5 share and 4.7 million viewers. NBC also recorded a 2.9/5 with 4.6 million viewers, just ahead of Fox with a 2.8/5 and 4.7 million viewers. Fox, however, remained the clear winner among the key demographic group of 18-49-year-olds.

The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. NCIS, CBS, 6.7/11; 2. America's Got Talent (Tuesday), NBC, 6.6/11; 3. America's Got Talent (Wednesday), NBC, 5.7/9 4. 60 Minutes , CBS, 5.4/9; 5. NCIS Los Angeles , CBS, 5.3/8; 6. Csi Crime Scene Investigation , CBS, 4.8/8; 7. Bachelor Pad , ABC, 4.6/8; 8. Big Brother 13 (Wednesday), CBS, 4.5/8; 9. Big Brother 13 (Sunday), CBS, 4.4/7; 10. Big Brother 13 (Thursday), CBS, 4.3/7; 10. The Mentalist (Tuesday), CBS, 4.3/7.

17/08/2011

Sawyer Closing In On Williams


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An excerpt from Diane Sawyer's interview with Jaycee Dugard that was included in last Thursday night's World News with Diane Sawyer not only gave the ABC newscast a rare win for the night over NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams , but helped narrow the gap between the rival newscasts to a minuscule 4 percent for the week. The Sawyer-anchored newscast averaged 7.43 million viewers, versus 7.76 million for the Williams newscast. The CBS Evening News with Scott Peley remained out of the running with 5.63 million viewers. Sawyer's two-hour interview with Dugard shook up the weekly ratings, however, as it landed at No. 1 on the Nielsen list in overall households, beating out three editions of NBC's America's Got Talent. NBC, however, took first place among 18-49-year-old viewers thanks to the AGT results and also scored strongly with its telecast of the Macy's 4th of July Fireworks special on Monday, while its Friday edition of Dateline tied for 16th place. Nevertheless, despite airing mostly reruns, CBS remained the top-rated network among overall adults with an average 3.8 rating and a 7 share. NBC was close behind with a 3.5/6, edging out ABC with a 3.2/6. Fox remained a distant fourth with a 2.1/4.

The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. Primetime Special Edition Jaycee Dugard Interview, ABC, 9.5/16; 2. America's Got Talent (Tuesday), NBC, 8.8/14; 3. America's Got Talent (Wednesday), NBC, 7.3/12; 4. America's Got Talent (Tuesday Special), NBC, 7.2/12; 5. NCIS, CBS, 5.8/10; 6. 60 Minutes, CBS, 5.5/11; 7. Macy's 4th July Fireworks, NBC, 5/10; 8. Big Brother 13 , CBS, 4.7/8; 8. Csi Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 4.7/8; 10. NCIS Los Angeles, CBS, 4.5/7.

13/07/2011

Oscars Bring Abc First Victory This Season


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It wasn't among the worst ratings results for an Oscar show nor was it among the best, but the 37.9 million viewers -- the final official tally -- who tuned in helped lift ABC to No. 1 on the weekly Nielsen list among total adults, the first time it has reached that position this season. Nevertheless, the winner among the key audience of 18-49 year-olds was Fox, thanks to solid performances by the two American Idol shows, Glee , and House . CBS could participate in the boasting as well, as it landed most of the other shows in the top 20. And even struggling NBC could point to a few victories among the key demo during the week as Parenthood, The Biggest Loser, 30 Rock, The Office and Law & Order SVU showed significant improvements. Overall among total adults, ABC finished the week with an average 6.4 rating and an 11 share. CBS was close behind with a 6.3/11. Fox followed with a 5.8/10, while NBC trailed with a 3.2/5.

The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. Academy Awards, ABC, 21.2/33; 2. Oscar's Red Carpet Live 3, ABC, 15.5/25; 3. American Ido l (Wednesday), Fox, 12.5/20; 4. NCIS, CBS, 12.3/19; 5. American Idol (Thursday), Fox, 11.9/19; 6. NCIS Los Angeles , CBS, 11.1/18; 7. Oscar's Red Carpet Live 2, ABC, 9.8/17; 8. The Mentalist, CBS, 9.0/16; 9. Criminal Minds, CBS, 8.0/13; 10. Csi Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 7.6/12; 10. The Good Wife, CBS, 7.6/13.

02/03/2011

Opening Night Of 'Chita Rivera In Concert' At The Birdland Jazz Club - Inside Arrivals

Jim Caruso, Chita Rivera and Csi Crime Scene Investigation - Jim Caruso and Gerald McCullouch from the TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation New York City, USA - Opening night of 'Chita Rivera In Concert' at the Birdland Jazz Club - Inside Arrivals Friday 26th November 2010

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Mnf Moves The Goal Post


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For the first time ever, a weekly sports telecast appears to have a lock on first place in the weekly Nielsen ratings. Indeed, the audience for NBC's Sunday Night Football appears to be growing each week -- with Sunday night's Week 7 contest between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers averaging 25.7 million viewers, up 71 percent from the same week a year ago, making it the biggest audience ever for Sunday Night Football. (There was an enormous gap between NBC's football coverage and its second-highest-rated show, Law & Order SVU , which was 35th on the Nielsen list.) Even with ABC's old Monday Night Football added to the equation, Sunday's telecast, involving two medium-market teams, was the highest-rated NFL contest since 1986. Yet despite such a huge turnout, NBC was unable to average no better than third place for the week -- and just barely at that. As has been the case all season, CBS led in total adults by a wide margin with an average 7.1 rating and a 12 share. ABC, thanks largely to continued strong ratings for its Dancing With The Stars , came in second with a 5.6/9. NBC followed with a 5.0/8, barely edging out Fox with a 4.5/8. Among the nightly newscasts, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams , with 7.87 million viewers, widened its lead over second-place ABC World News with Diane Sawyer , with 6.90 million viewers. The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric remained well behind the two with 5.29 million viewers.

The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. Sunday Night Football, NBC, 15.4/25; 2. Dancing with the Stars (Monday), ABC, 12.3/19; 3. NCIS , CBS, 11.7/19; 4. Sunday Night Football Pre-Kickoff, NBC, 11.4/18; 5. 60 Minutes , CBS, 9.8/16; 5. 2. Dancing with the Stars (Tuesday), ABC, 9.8/15; 7. NCIS Los Angeles , CBS, 9.7/15; 8. Csi Crime Scene Investigation , CBS, 9/14; 8. The Mentalist, CBS, 9/16; 10. Criminal Minds , CBS, 8.8/14.

27/10/2010

The 2009-2010 Season Is Over


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The last full week of the 2009-2010 broadcast season was won by ABC, an also-ran through most of the season, among adults 18-49 and by CBS among viewers overall. ABC was helped by a full slate of season finales, including the series finale of Lost on Sunday night. The official end of the season comes tonight, with the final episode of American Idol , featuring the naming of this season's winner and the farewell appearance of Simon Cowell likely to draw the top ratings for any entertainment show during the entire season. Among the nightly newscasts, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams remained the leader with 7.67 million viewers. ABC World News with Diane Sawyer placed second with 6.92 million, while the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric continued to trail with 5.33 million.

The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. Dancing With The Stars (Monday), ABC, 12.1/19; 2. American Idol (Wednesday), Fox, 11.1/18; 3. American Idol (Tuesday), Fox, 10.5/17; 4. NCIS, CBS, 9.9/16; 5. Grey's Anatomy, ABC, 9.7/16; 6. NCIS Los Angeles , CBS, 9.5/15; 7. The Mentalist , CBS, 9.4/16; 8. The Big Bang Theory , CBS, 8.9/14; 9. Dancing with the Stars (Tuesday), ABC, 8.6/14; 9. Csi Crime Scene Investigation , CBS, 8.6/14.

26/05/2010

Idol Is Again Tv's Most-watched Show


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Heading towards the final competition showdown, Fox's American Idol regained its position as the most-watched television show last week, with Wednesday's results show drawing 19.57 million viewers and Tuesday's performance show, 19.17 million. ABC's Monday-night edition of Dancing With The Stars was just a half-step behind with 19.16 million. (Indeed, in one of those regularly occurring anomalies, Dancing actually drew slightly higher ratings than either Idol show because of the smaller number of total viewers on Monday night.) Every other show in the top ten aired on CBS. Among the nightly newscasts, ABC World News with Diane Sawyer continued to close the ratings gap with NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams . The ABC newscast was watched by 7.32 million viewers vs. 7.91 million for the NBC newscast. Among adults 25-54, ABC attracted 2.08 million viewers to NBC's 2.38 million. NBC led Monday through Thursday; ABC led on Friday. The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric remained a distant third with 5.57 million viewers and just 1.70 million in the younger demo. For the week, CBS led overall with an average 6.4 rating and an 11 share. ABC placed second with a 5.5/10. Fox placed third with a 4.7/8, while NBC remained dead last with a 3.5/8.

The top ten shows of the week according to Nielsen Research 1. Dancing with the Stars (Monday), ABC, 12.3/19; 2. American Idol (Wednesday), Fox, 11.2/18; 3. American Idol (Tuesday), Fox, 10.7/17; 4. NCIS, CBS, 10.5/16; 5. NCIS Los Angeles, CBS, 9.8/15; 6. The Mentalist, CBS, 9.3/16; 7. Two and a Half Men, CBS, 8.5/13; 8. The Good Wife , CBS, 8.3/14; 9. The Big Bang Theory , CBS, 8.2/13; 9. Criminal Minds, CBS, 8.2/13; 11. Csi Crime Scene Investigation, CBS, 8.1/13; 11. (Tie) Dancing with the Stars (Tuesday), ABC, 8.1/13.

19/05/2010

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