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'Lost' finds ABC in win column for Wed.

23 December 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- ABC won a repeat-laden primetime Wednesday with two hours of Lost although CBS came up with a victory with CSI: New York, according to preliminary data released Thursday by Nielsen Media Research. ABC took first place in primetime with an average 10.3 million viewers, followed by NBC's 8.4 million and CBS' 8 million viewers. Fox came in fourth, averaging 6.4 million viewers. That lineup remained the same among adults 18-49, although it was nearly a three-way race for second place. ABC averaged a 3.8 rating/11 share compared to NBC's 2.8/8, CBS' 2.7/8 and Fox's 2.7/8. ABC's Lost and CBS' CSI: NY were the big winners, with two episodes of the ABC drama winning at 8 p.m. and then again at 9 p.m. The first hour of Lost averaged 11.3 million viewers; the second episode averaged 11 million viewers. »

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ABC speeding on 'Lost' highway

10 December 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ABC packed 'em in again Wednesday with Lost, which hit its highest Nielsen numbers to date, while Barbara Walters did pretty well herself with her "10 Most Fascinating People of 2004" special. ABC easily won the night on the strength of 8 p.m.'s Lost, which was the night's most-watched program by a mile with an average of 18.9 million viewers and a 7.0 rating/19 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to Nielsen Media Research. At 9 p.m., the Barbara Walters Presents year-end special held on to the bulk of that lead-in, finishing out with an average of 16.3 million viewers and a 5.4/14 in the key demo to dominate the hour. NBC pulled into the lead at 10 p.m. with a fresh episode of Law & Order (15.7 million, 5.0/13) going up against a repeat of CBS' CSI: NY (12 million, 4.5/12) and a new installment of ABC's Wife Swap (11.5 million, 4.6/12). »

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U.S. still rules Canadian TV

7 December 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

TORONTO -- Despite rigorous efforts by the Canadian government to stimulate local TV programming, including drama, the reality is that the only competition for U.S. shows on Canadian television this fall remains other U.S. shows. The big numbers for Canadian broadcasters, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Broadcast Measurement, are coming from U.S. scripted dramas. The numbers represent a notable reversal of fortune for scripted fare, which was mostly supplanted last season by reality shows. The top 10 shows on Canadian TV this fall, according to BBM, includes just two reality shows, Survivor: Vanuatu in second place and The Apprentice in eighth place. Both air on CanWest Global Communications Corp.'s Global Television Network. The rest are U.S. network dramas airing on rival CTV: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, Desperate Housewives, Lost, and ER. »

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USA, Bravo partners in 'Criminal'

3 December 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NBC Universal cable channels USA and Bravo are splitting the syndicated rights to Law & Order: Criminal Intent for what sources say is a record sum. The NBC series will stay in the NBC Uni family for a license fee of $2 million per episode, according to industry insiders, resetting a record broken just last month when Spike TV snared rights to CSI: NY for $1.9 million (HR 11/19). NBC Uni declined comment on the financial terms of the deal, which will extend to all four seasons of CI, totaling 89 episodes, with an option for additional seasons. Beginning in fourth-quarter 2005, USA -- which already repurposes CI and has syndie rights to Law & Order: SVU -- is expected to strip the Dick Wolf-produced series weeknights in primetime, while Bravo will air on the weekend. »

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'Lost,' 'CSI: NY' top Wed.

8 October 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ABC and CBS split the nightly win on another active Wednesday in primetime. ABC's hotshot new 8 p.m. drama Lost got the night off to a strong start for the network with an average of 16.5 million viewers and a 6.2 rating/17 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to Nielsen Media Research. CBS' 10 p.m. freshman CSI: NY (16.9 million, 6.2/16) ranked as the most-watched program of the night and tied Lost for 18-49 demo bragging rights. Ratings for both Lost and CSI: NY cooled off in their third outings, but not by much -- Lost was down 5% in its demo score from last week, while CSI: NY eased 13% in 18-49. And both dramas had no trouble winning their time slots. »

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ABC takes 'Desperate' measures Sunday

5 October 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ABC is looking like the network to beat on Sundays this season. The debut of its heavy promoted, critically lauded drama Desperate Housewives gave ABC its best series premiere marks in eight years -- since the 1996 bow of Spin City -- and topped CBS' CSI: NY, NBC's Joey and ABC's own Lost to rank as the highest-rated new series of the season. Housewives packed a wallop at 9 p.m. with an average of 21.3 million viewers and 8.7 rating/21 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to preliminary estimates from Nielsen Media Research. ABC's heavy off-air promotion of the show, an American Beauty-esque look at the lives of four suburban women, peaked in its second half-hour at 21.6 million viewers and 9.0/21 in the key demo. The most impressive numbers from Housewives might have been its across-the-board strength with male and female viewers in various age groups, particularly the elusive 18-34 set. »

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'Lost' finds audience; 'CSI: NY' a giant killer

1 October 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

In a sure sign that the competitive dynamic on Wednesday has been upended by the arrival of two rookie dramas, ABC's Lost and CBS' CSI: NY posted more powerful numbers in their second outings. Lost proved that last week's opening-night numbers were no flash in the pan. The 8 p.m. drama thriller about plane-crash survivors stranded on an island stomped all over the competition with a whopping 17 million viewers and a 6.5 rating/19 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, according to Nielsen Media Research. The good news for ABC was that the lion's share of the audience that turned out last week for Lost's heavily promoted premiere (18.7 million, 6.8/20) returned for the second episode, and even more importantly, viewership took a big leap at the half-hour mark. »

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CBS opens season with weeknight wins

26 September 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

"Brace yourself for a killer season" was the tag line CBS used to promote the fifth-season premiere of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, but it might as well be a slogan for the network, if the early returns from last week's season premieres are any indication. For the first time in 15 years or more, CBS won Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the first official week of the fall season, and it came within a hair of ABC for No. 1 in the demo Monday. In total viewers, CBS logged a clean sweep of wins from Monday-Friday. The eye network's strength was powerfully demonstrated on Thursday with the opener of CSI, which drew some 30.6 million viewers and an 11.4 rating/28 share in the adults 18-49 demographic, and all-time high numbers from Without a Trace, according to Nielsen Media Research. On Monday, CSI: Miami kicked off its third season in fine form, while Wednesday's premiere of the latest spinoff, CSI: NY, convincingly beat NBC's incumbent Law & Order in their first showdown and promised to put CBS on the map in a time slot where it has been MIA for many seasons. »

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Rookies 'Lost,' 'CSI: NY' sparkle

24 September 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

A visit from Dr. Phil and the highly anticipated premiere of CSI: NY sent CBS to the top of the Nielsen charts Wednesday, while ABC notched its best drama series premiere in nine years with the 8 p.m. bow of J.J. Abrams' Lost. NBC's Law & Order held up well against the CSI: NY launch, but the same could not be said of NBC's Hawaii, which was beaten in the adults 18-49 demo in the 8 p.m. hour not only by the heavily promoted Lost but also by the WB Network's fourth-season opener of Smallville. ABC's fortunes fell sharply at 9 p.m., however, with a weak turnout for the two-hour premiere of The Bachelor. The WB also saw its numbers take a dive at 9 p.m. with the debut of drama The Mountain. With all the high-powered premieres, UPN saw a lackluster turnout for the return of America's Next Top Model and 9 p.m. premiere of Veronica Mars. »

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'Dr. Phil' bumps 3 fall bows by a week

24 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

CBS has postponed the fall premieres of 60 Minutes, The King of Queens and new comedy series Center of the Universe by a week to make room for A Dr. Phil Primetime Special: Family First. The two-hour Dr. Phil special will air at 8 p.m. Sept. 22, followed by the series premiere of CSI: NY at 10 p.m. 60 Minutes, King of Queens and Universe will now premiere the following Wednesday, Sept. 29, starting at 8 p.m. Separately, CBS has confirmed that Craig Kilborn's last day as host of The Late Late Show With Craig Kilborn will be Friday. Repeats will air until the show's new season starts Sept. 20, when guest hosts will fill in until a new permanent host is selected, at least until the end of October, the network said. »

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Cahill, Leigh, Mabius join drama casts

30 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Eddie Cahill has joined the cast of CBS' new drama CSI: NY as a regular, while Chyler Leigh has been tapped to star opposite Billy Campbell in the WB Network's midseason drama Rocky Point. In other series casting news, Eric Mabius has been upped to a regular on ABC's midseason drama Eyes. On CSI: NY -- from Jerry Bruckheimer TV, Alliance Atlantis and CBS Prods. -- Cahill will play a sexy, tough young homicide detective. The series, the third installment in the formidable CSI franchise, features an ensemble cast led by Gary Sinise and Melina Kanakaredes. »

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Ferlito takes contract for 'Shadowboxer'

18 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

CSI: NY series regular Vanessa Ferlito has signed on for the Lee Daniels-directed Shadowboxer opposite Cuba Gooding Jr. and Helen Mirren. Shooting is under way. Daniels is making his directorial debut from a script by Monster's Ball co-scribe Will Rokos. Shadowboxer centers on the unusual relationship between a woman (Mirren) and her stepson (Gooding). The duo, who have a romantic relationship, work as contract killers. Ferlito will play Vickie, a mobster's pregnant wife who is supposed to be killed by Gooding's character. Daniels also is producing with Lisa Cortes, Brook Lenfest, Dave Robinson and Rokos. Ferlito is repped by Innovative Artists, 3 Arts Entertainment and attorney Carlos Goodman. He will next be seen on the big screen in Spider-Man 2 for Columbia Pictures and the comedy Cheer Up. »

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CTV schedule a year-round affair

8 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

TORONTO -- Following the lead of NBC and Fox, Canadian broadcaster CTV on Monday unveiled a 2004-05 primetime schedule underpinned by a 52-week season full of first-run fare programmed during the summer months. Toronto-based CTV Inc., which leads Canadian broadcasters with the most primetime U.S. network hits on its schedule, said its year-round programming initiative will mean fewer repeats and a record number of U.S. series. "More titles, less repeats -- take a top ranked lineup and make it even stronger, 52 weeks a year, by adding more first-run, hit programming than ever before," CTV president of programming Susanne Boyce said of her programming strategy which sees such dramas as spinoff series C.S.I.: New York, starring Gary Sinise, and the Law & Order franchise playing key roles. »

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Canada ices its TV spree

28 May 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Canadian broadcasters Thursday dropped about $200 million on new U.S. series before flying home today from the Los Angeles Screenings to unveil their fall campaigns to domestic advertisers. After coming into the informal TV market with reality series topping their wish lists, the Canadians pivoted to buy a large number of crime-solving and medical dramas. Toronto-based CTV Inc. came away with CSI: NY from Alliance Atlantis and Law & Order: Trial by Jury from NBC Universal. CTV already airs the earlier installments of the CSI and Law & Order franchises on its primetime schedule. CTV also picked up from Paramount the Patricia Arquette starrer Medium and the doctor drama Medical Investigation; Warner Bros. International Television's Dr. Vegas; and the first-ever pickups of UPN series: Kevin Hill from Buena Vista International and Veronica Mars from Warner Bros. International Television. »

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Canada ices its TV spree

28 May 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Canadian broadcasters Thursday dropped about $200 million on new U.S. series before flying home today from the Los Angeles Screenings to unveil their fall campaigns to domestic advertisers. After coming into the informal TV market with reality series topping their wish lists, the Canadians pivoted to buy a large number of crime-solving and medical dramas. Toronto-based CTV Inc. came away with CSI: NY from Alliance Atlantis and Law & Order: Trial by Jury from NBC Universal. CTV already airs the earlier installments of the CSI and Law & Order franchises on its primetime schedule. CTV also picked up from Paramount the Patricia Arquette starrer Medium and the doctor drama Medical Investigation; Warner Bros. International Television's Dr. Vegas; and the first-ever pickups of UPN series: Kevin Hill from Buena Vista International and Veronica Mars from Warner Bros. International Television. »

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'CSI' leads CBS to viewer win; Fox nails demo

26 May 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

CBS' CSI: Miami and NBC's Law & Order: SVU stood tall amid a sea of season finales last week, which marked the final full week of the 2003-04 television season. CSI: Miami on Monday delivered its highest-ever marks with the penultimate episode of its sophomore season, which served as the setup for the upcoming spinoff CSI: NY by introducing the New York-based forensic sleuth characters, played by Gary Sinise and Melina Kanakaredes. "Law & Order: SVU" wrapped its fifth season Tuesday with its personal best numbers, topping its previous record in the adults 18-49 demo set in January 2003. It also marked NBC's highest marks in the Tuesday 10 p.m. hour (excluding sports) in more than five years, according to Nielsen Media Research figures for the week ending May 23. CBS' Thursday anchor CSI: Crime Scene Investigation was again the most-watched program of the week with 25.4 million viewers, while the Tuesday edition of Fox's American Idol posted the only double-digit demo score of the week. »

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CBS upfront: 'CSI: NY' out to break 'Law'

20 May 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Look out, Law & Order: CBS is targeting the prolific New York-based crime franchise with one of its own, CSI: NY. The third iteration of CBS' reigning crime franchise will face off against L&O on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. CSI: NY is one of three new dramas joining the CBS schedule in the fall, along with two new sitcoms. "We finally think we've got something we can challenge 'Law & Order' with," CBS chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves said at a press conference before the network's upfront presentation. "We finally have the goods". At a Wednesday afternoon presentation at Carnegie Hall, NBC and ABC were frequent targets of scorn. Moonves and CBS Entertainment president Nancy Tellem not only trumpeted CBS' growing lead in total viewers but also its progress in the all-important 18-49 demographic, where it claims to be trailing NBC by only four-tenths of a rating point. "We're breathing down their necks," Moonves said at the upfront. But CBS touted what it saw as an advantage in a less tangible category: quality. After unspooling a comically graphic montage of NBC's gross-out series Fear Factor, Moonves assured advertisers that CBS had a more respectable schedule. "We've taken that mantle back", he said. »

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'Miami' heat: Series highs in two demos

19 May 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

CSI: Miami delivered its highest adults 18-49 and adults 25-54 demo ratings ever with the Monday episode that introduced the characters who will be the focus of CBS' latest spinoff, CSI: N.Y. CSI: Miami averaged 23.1 million viewers and a 9.0 rating/22 share in adults 18-49, according to Nielsen Media Research. The episode found the CSI: Miami forensic team working on a case that led them to New York, where they encountered the CSI: N.Y. characters played by Gary Sinise and Melina Kanakaredes. According to CBS, CSI: Miami notched a series record in the adults 25-54 demo (10.7/25). CSI: Miami, coupled with strong showings from 9-10 p.m. Everybody Loves Raymond (16.1 million, 5.7/14) and Two and a Half Men (15.2 million, 5.7/14), led CBS to win the night in viewers (15.8 million) and adults 18-49 (5.8/15). »

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CBS' eyes 'CSI: NY' versus NBC's 'L&O' in Big Apple brawl

19 May 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Look out, Law & Order: CBS is targeting the prolific New York-based crime franchise with one of its own, CSI: NY. The third iteration of CBS' reigning crime franchise will face off against L&O Wednesdays at 10 p.m. CSI: NY is one of three new dramas joining the CBS schedule this fall, along with two new sitcoms. Contrary to speculation that CSI: Miami would be moved to Wednesday to take on L&O, the series will remain in its Monday 10 p.m. slot. The rest of the night will see some changes, with sitcom Still Standing moving to the anchor slot, followed by the new Jason Alexander vehicle Listen Up at 8:30 p.m. »

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CBS, Fox solidify skeds

18 May 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

CBS will introduce five new shows in the fall, all toplined by familiar faces, while Fox has added to its slate of series for next season. CBS has picked up the coming-of-age drama Clubhouse, which co-stars Mare Winningham and Dean Cain; the Rob Lowe/Joe Pantoliano-starring drama Dr. Vegas; the previously announced spinoff CSI: N.Y., which boasts Gary Sinise and Melina Kanakaredes as the leads; the comedy Center of the Universe, starring John Goodman; and the untitled Tony Kornheiser sitcom toplined by Jason Alexander. The eye network unveils its 2004-05 schedule Wednesday in New York. Fox, which gave early orders to four series set to launch next month -- The North Shore, The Jury, Method & Red and Quintuplets -- also has picked up the dramas Jonny Zero, The Inside and House as well as the comedy Related by Family, featuring Amy Yasbeck and Matthew Glave as members of a blended family. »

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