Fox won the week in primetime, averaging a hefty 11.35 million viewers. CBS had 6.5 million, NBC had 4.95 million, ABC had 3.84 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Ion Networks had 1.3 million, Telemundo had 1.1 million and the CW averaged 860,000.
Here’s when broadcast will wake up from hibernation with some fresh episodes and series.
Bob Costas’ legendary career at NBC is now officially over. “It’s all settled quietly and happily for all concerned,” Costas said. He will continue on the MLB Network, where he is set to be a big part of the Baseball Hall of Fame inductee announcement in the next week. He also will call about 20 games on play-by-play for MLBN. Plus, he is exploring doing a sports/news interview-style show.
CBS has set spring premiere dates for new drama series The Code, The Red Line, which will air as an eight-episode event series, and returning Ransom.
The stage star’s effervescent talents lent well to guest appearances on TV variety shows and specials, beginning with an appearance on The Milton Berle Show in 1948. She won an Emmy Award for the 1966 special An Evening With Carol Channing, and she guest-starred on such variety and comedy shows as The Red Skelton Show, The Carol Burnett Show, The Dean Martin Comedy Hour and Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In (in a memorable pairing with another “daffy” blonde, Goldie Hawn).