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Latest Ratings: March 12-16, 2012; Good Week for B&B
Topic Started: Mar 22 2012, 06:42 PM (2,462 Views)
jtsahottie
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If I woke from a coma and Channing Tatum told me he was my husband... I'd Believe Him!

Wow Tuesday sucked. I know I was out of town that week being Spring break and all. But we gained back 104,000 viewers from last year. That's good.
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blueskies
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bad Tuesday numbers, but it's encouraging that the women 18-49 & men 18+ held steady/ went up slightly. Friday was when the Abby/Austin thing came out, right?

I feel like something happened on Tuesday too....
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badaddiction
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I wonder if the fact that CBS' shows were preempted on Thurs/Friday had anything to do with Days' number for those days. I know with me, if one show isn't being aired, I tend to watch those that are. Sometimes it's to catch up on a show I've watched in the past. If I've never watched the show before, it's to see what the show has to offer in comparison to the one that's preempted.
Edited by badaddiction, Mar 23 2012, 10:35 AM.
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Mitchapalooza
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Killing myself slowly

Aaah so Tuesday was the pre-emption day...ok well that explains the huge drop...too bad NBC counted that in their ratings.
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badaddiction
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I thought preemption for Days happened March 6?


ETA: Yes, there was a scheduled preemption for Tuesday, March 6 and possible one for Wednesday, March 14. I don't believe there was one - planned or unscheduled - for Tuesday, March 13.
Edited by badaddiction, Mar 23 2012, 01:20 PM.
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purplebrat
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And once again the highest day of the the week just happens to be the one day Bradison was on...
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DAYSisHOT
Mar 22 2012, 09:08 PM
I think super Tuesday was the week prior? I think Mississippi, Hawaiii and Alabama voted that Tuesday.
I think Obama held a news conference that day.I do remember Days being pre-empted in Dallas for one
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King
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I'm not a GH fan, but what I've seen of the show lately, it is a hot mess.

ABC was foolish for canceling a show they didn't think was bringing in good enough numbers, then bringing NUMEROUS characters from said show to their #1 show. I mean...um, derrr, hellur? Did you expect ratings magic? Enough with the games and gimmicks. Keep OLTL on the air or cancel it, but don't transplant the cast members to a whole different show.
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LuvingLumi
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♥ Jax Teller♥

If we take ANYTHING away from these ratings it's the POSITIVE in the yearly viewers. If I remember correctly this is the first time in almost A YEAR that Days is showing a gain in viewers from the year before.
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LuvingLumi
Mar 24 2012, 11:33 AM
If we take ANYTHING away from these ratings it's the POSITIVE in the yearly viewers. If I remember correctly this is the first time in almost A YEAR that Days is showing a gain in viewers from the year before.
Its still down 40,000 in W18-49 and thats what counts for renewal for NBC. Thats alot down with these awful numbers. Sorry to be a Debbie Downer...
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