Having earned bragging rights as the season’s fifth highest-rated new drama, Almost Human would seem to be a prime candidate for a renewal. Instead, the J.J.
Fox’s pitch-black new crime drama The Following on Monday night became the first freshman series of the class of 2012-13 to actually improve on its premiere ratings.
To accurately predict how a sci-fi show will do, you'd need either a time machine or a bathtub full of precogs. Sometimes you get Star Trek: The Next Generation; sometimes you get Star Trek: Enterprise. It's confusing.
Terra Nova is as dead as the Diplodocus.Fox has decided not to renew the pricey Steven Spielberg-produced dino drama after an unspectacular 11-episode run. Per Nielsen live-plus-same-day data, Terra Nova averaged 7.49 million viewers and drew a 2.5 in the 18-to-49 demo.
Fox on Thursday released its midseason lineup, and to the surprise of absolutely nobody, Allen Gregory is nowhere to be found on the schedule.
If the MLB playoff ratings are anything to go by, Fox may be in for yet another rough World Series outing.
Heading into the third week of the 2011-12 TV season, the new crop of broadcast dramas appears to be dying on the vine.
If comedy hasn’t exactly returned to the halcyon days of the mid-1990s, when NBC’s Thursday night lineup pulled so much weight that mediocrities such as Veronica’s Closet and Caroline in the City would draw upwards of 17 million viewers every week, the genre is healthier than it’s been in years.
Fox’s multimillion-dollar epic Terra Nova got off to a somewhat shaky start Monday night, finishing third in its time slot and falling well shy of a 4.0 adults 18-49 rating.The two-hour premiere of the Jason O’Mara time-travel drama averaged a 3.1 rating and an 8 share in the demo, while drawing 9.22 million viewers, per Nielsen live-plus-same-day data.