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Could Thursday Night Football Bump Grey's and Scandal? ABC Mum on Reported Bid for Games

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The day after a report circulated that ABC is set to bid on the NFL’s Thursday Night Football package — raising the possibility that Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal would need to be relocated — network president Paul Lee …READ MORE


CBS to Push Sunday Slate Back 30 Minutes on Days of NFL Doubleheaders

"I Fought the Law"-- Alicia (Julianna Margulies, right) and Grace (Makenzie Vega, left) look on from the car after Zach is pulled over by a police officer, on THE GOOD WIFE, Sunday Sept. 30, (9:00 √¢¬?¬? 10:00 PM ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Jeffrey Neira/CBS √?¬©2012 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

CBS is trying out a new play it hopes will ease primetime confusion — and save fans of shows such as The Good Wife and The Mentalist much frustration! — on the days the network hosts NFL doubleheaders.

On Sundays featuring back-to-back afternoon football games, CBS will …READ MORE


How Will a Change in Football Kickoff Times Affect Your CBS Sunday Favorites?

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A 10-minute difference in football start times likely will be 10 times the headache for fans of CBS’ Sunday-evening line-up. READ MORE & VOTE


Fall TV Poll: What Will You Watch on Sundays?

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The Fall TV season is right around the corner, and some tough viewing choices are coming. Let’s see what your gameplan is for Sunday night. READ MORE & VOTE FOR WHAT YOU’LL BE WATCHING


Biggest Loser Tackles NFL-Themed Episode

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NBC’s The Biggest Loser is changing the playing field during its upcoming 12th season with a pro footballer-filled installment. READ MORE


NFL Game Helps Five-0 Tackle Ratings Highs

"Kaie'e" -- Coverage of the CBS series HAWAII FIVE-0 scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network.
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When it comes to this Sunday night’s ratings, there was CBS… and everyone else.

The Eye’s coverage of the AFC Championship game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets averaged 48.4 million total viewers from 7 to 10 pm, and a mighty 17.3 rating in the 18-to-49 demo.

Also, the sometimes nailbiting match-up’s overnight household rating (31.3) represented a 24-year high for an AFC Championship game.

Leading out of the pigskin playoff, a special Sunday showing of Hawaii Five-0 … READ MORE