The Good Wife


PASADENA, Calif. — I used to tell young journalists attending their first Television Critics Association press tours to make sure not to skip CBS  Day. “You’re not on the TV beat,” I would say, “until you’re in a scrum with Leslie Moonves.” This was way back before I started quoting myself on blog posts. In any

  Sunday, bloody Sunday. That’s not a movie title, that’s a ratings picture. Sunday used to be broadcast’s biggest night, but in the overnights at least, it is becoming a big indicator of a rapidly shifting media landscape. Take this past Easter Friday, April 6. Holidays are always a bit skewed but CTV seemed well

Some early successes in the Canadian prime time ratings race may have to be tempered with U.S. results. Fox seems to be in free fall, with only Gotham on steady ground. Don’t count on a full season of Gracepoint, for example, no matter how well it does on Global. The impact of Rogers’ NHL deal

As expected, Sunday night’s first NHL game of the season helped City bodycheck its way into contention. Whether the Sunday Night hockley audience holds when the Leafs aren’t part of the mix remains to be seen. Rogers’ City stations drew an average of 1,069,000 overnight, estimated viewers starting at 7:05 Sunday night with the Leafs’ lopsided win over the

View of Lower Manhattan from Pier Five in Brooklyn NEW YORK, N.Y.—Exactly one year after it wreaked such devastation, Tropical Storm Sandy once again washed over greater New York Tuesday. The local newscasts were all about the one year anniversary of the “Super Storm.” There were reports on marinas and other attractions finally re-opening and

Mr. Big meets Mr. Big in Brampton NEW YORK–Chris Noth is a very funny man.The actor, who plays rascal governor Peter Florrick on The Good Wife, told reporters attending the CBS International Press Junket this week in New York that he’s “glad to be bad.”Actually, Noth was half kidding, which he did throughout the lively