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  • 'Big Bang Theory,' NBC, Chiefs: Monday winners

    The Monday ratings winners included "The Big Bang Theory," CBS, "The Voice," NBC and the Kansas City Chiefs.
  • TV ratings: 'Big Bang Theory' boosts CBS to top; NBC wins key demo

    TV ratings: 'Big Bang Theory' boosts CBS to top; NBC wins key demo
    CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" won Monday night's TV ratings, averaging 16 million viewers. Though down 13% from last week's 8 p.m. premiere, the episode was still No. 1, with a rating of 4.7 in the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic, according to Nielsen...

    CBS' 'Scorpion,' Fox's 'Gotham' Hold Up Well in Second Airings Monday

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Two of Premiere Week's best-performing new shows -- CBS' "Scorpion" and Fox's "Gotham" -- held up nicely in their second outings Monday, but it was NBC and its combo of "The Voice" and "The Blacklist" that finished on top in...

    Broadcast nets relieved as viewers show up for big premieres

    Broadcast nets relieved as viewers show up for big premieres
    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - What have we learned so far? One week into the 2014-15 television season, according to Nielsen's official game clock, the biggest headline for the broadcast nets is that they've been able to generate solid sampling for high-...

    For Chris O'Donnell of 'NCIS: Los Angeles,' yoga aids a battered back

    For Chris O'Donnell of 'NCIS: Los Angeles,' yoga aids a battered back
    It's not easy being Batman's sidekick: It can cause a lumbar disk blowout, like the movie franchise did for Chris O'Donnell. Nevertheless, some yoga thrown into the fitness mix keeps him mobile and relatively pain free. It's not easy being a kid playing...