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Apr 26 2013, 12:35 PM
- June 21, 2011
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What I donít understand is why DAYS is the only one to take a hit on Wednesday? Iím sure other soaps were pre-empted that day but you would never know it by looking at there ratings! :shrug: :shrug:
- Apr 26 2013, 09:21 AM
- Apr 26 2013, 09:11 AM
- Apr 26 2013, 07:46 AM
- Apr 26 2013, 07:26 AM
There was no national preemption of Days on Wednesday, what I can remember, it cut off very late into the episode, like the last 10 minutes or so...
IMHO Days isn't doing ALL that wonderful, at least they have 63K more viewers that they did this time last year but look at the numbers from this time last year for both demos and total viewers for GH...it's amazing....
Who said anything about a national pre-emption on Wednesday, if that was the case it would be the same as Friday. What did happen however was it got cut off and some markets did not get the show and that has an effect.
DOOL has not reached the level of GH, it however is maintaining its avg.....no grand collapse as was being predicted here.
Uhm...I was just making an observation, unlike Friday, where it was preempted nationally, Wednesday it wasn't, the show just got cut in the final 10 minutes or so....
Last time I checked we were allowed to make observations correct? I'm not quoting you....It's a general statement....
The ratings are not all that wonderful frankly, no grand collapse but not ratings gold either...the show is awful IMHO
Given the convo above and the fact that there are ratings for Wed, that's some observation......and some ppl missed the beginning as well, it was not just the end affected. There is no collapse, they are maintaining their avg and given DOOL's track record for this period over the last yr, that alone is an accomplishment.