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Ratings: NFL Boosts The Following to Series Highs, Revenge and Betrayal Finale Tie Lows

Ratings The Following Season 2 Premiere

Fox’s The Following on Sunday night returned to 11.2 million total viewers and a 4.4 demo rating — both all-time highs.

That marks a gain of …READ MORE

Ratings: ABC Dramas Eye Lows, Fox 'Toons Drop as Sunday Night Football Surges


On a Sunday when most every piece of original programming was down week-to-week, ABC’s bubble drama Betrayal took one of the biggest hits, plunging …READ MORE

Ratings: Betrayal Takes the Plunge, The Simpsons Again Tops All Non-Sports Fare


Fans of ABC’s Betrayal aren’t proving to be very faithful.

The freshman drama this Sunday night made a date with barely 4 million total viewers, while mustering a 1.1 demo rating — dropping …READ MORE

Ratings: Once, Good Wife and Everyone Else Return Down, Betrayal Opens Low


All nine of Sunday’s returning broadcast shows came back to numbers smaller than their previous premieres, though there was a silver lining for at least two of them. READ MORE

ABC's Betrayal: Worthy of a Second Date?


It’s 2013, but apparently, some TV characters are still dropping (and breaking!) full bottles of red wine on marble floors, then doing Slow Slides of Shame down their kitchen walls.

OK, maybe the previous sentence only applies to Sarah (Hannah Ware), the scarlet-letter-scarf-wearing “heroine” of ABC’s Betrayal, which …READ MORE

TVLine Items: AHS: Coven Witches Revealed, 24 Fave Gains Intelligence and More!


Plenty of familiar faces populate the new teaser for American Horror Story: Coven — making it pretty clear who’ll be counted among the FX’s creepsterpiece’s witchy women — but a certain bovine one may be starring in your nightmares for the rest of the week. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Pilot Scoop: ABC Orders Revenge-Esque Drama Betrayal, New Soap Venice and 2 Others


ABC has jumped into the Tuesday-night pilot frenzy, ordering four new projects including an hour drama from ER‘s David Zabel and a half-hour comedy exec-produced by Office scribes Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, TVLine has learned. READ MORE