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Ratings Aug 20-24: NBC press release
Topic Started: Aug 30 2012, 01:45 PM (3,664 Views)
Mitchapalooza
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^ My face watching DAYS

Wow, I am very surprised the show gain on last week's numbers, considering the drop off through the week.

#2 in 18-49 among ALL network daytime programs
#1 in 18-34 among ALL network daytime programs

Thats pretty good. They must have tied with Y&R for #2, since The View is usually #1 in Women 18-49
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Mitchapalooza
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^ My face watching DAYS

JamesScott_19
Aug 30 2012, 02:00 PM
Does anyone think this show is going to beat Y&R ratings? I doubt it. I don't watch the show but I heard the stories were much better.
There is a ZERO chance that DAYS even COMES CLOSE to touching Y&R in Households and Total Viewers...but in 18-34/18-49 and Male Viewers they may have more of a chance.

Y&R is #1 overall because of their goliath hold on Women 55+, Women 25-54 & African American viewers.
Edited by Mitchapalooza, Aug 30 2012, 02:08 PM.
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