2013-14 Television Season

Dead Air: Zombies or No Zombies, Sunday Broadcast Ratings Continue to Slump

Now that The Walking Dead has staggered off for its customary six-month between-seasons break, broadcasters last night may have hoped to regain some of their lost potency in the Sunday 9 p.m. time slot.Didn’t happen.

Drinking With H. Jon Benjamin and Eugene Mirman

When Bob’s Burgers returns to Fox’s Sunday night lineup this weekend, it will do so after a five-week hiatus—and in a new time slot. Bumped back to 7 p.m.

Nothing Can Stop The Walking Dead

The midseason premiere of AMC’s The Walking Dead did its usual number on the rest of the TV landscape, scaring up 15.8 million viewers and a whopping 8.2 rating in the adults 18-49 demo.

A&E Ducks Further Controversy, Reinstates Phil Robertson

Call it a Christmas miracle, or simply an attempt to limit the collateral damage that comes with a culture war, but the 10-day feud between A&E and Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson is over.

Phil Robertson Flap Stings A&E

While Duck Dynasty isn’t expected to return to A&E until mid-January, the flap over the network’s suspension of Phil Robertson already seems to have taken a bite out of its ratings performance.

TNT Scares Up Big Business With Mob City

The ratings for the first installment of Frank Darabont’s new TNT serial Mob City aren’t due for another 48 hours, but the stylish exercise in L.A. noir is already a big hit with advertisers.