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Ratings: November 5-9, 2012
Topic Started: Nov 15 2012, 03:45 PM (1,972 Views)
Eric83
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http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2012/11/15/days-of-our-lives-matches-an-11-week-high-among-women-18-49/157909/

NBC Press Release

'Days of Our Lives' Matches an 11 Week High Among Women 18-49
Categories: Daytime and Soap Opera TV Ratings,Network TV Press Releases

Written By Sara Bibel
November 15th, 2012




via press release:

'Days Of Our Lives' MATCHES AN 11-WEEK HIGH AMONG WOMEN 18-49





IN THE VALUABLE WOMEN 18-34 DEMO, ‘DAYS’ EQUALS ITS HIGHEST rating IN NEARLY A YEAR



UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – November 15, 2012 – “Days Of Our Lives” has equaled an 11-week high in women 18-49 and matched its best women 18-34 rating in nearly a year, according to “live plus same day” ratings results for the week of November 5-9 from Nielsen Media Research.



For the week, "Days Of Our Lives" averaged a 0.9 rating, 6 share among women 18-49 and a 0.6 rating among women 18-34, to tie for #6 among network daytime series in the women 18-49 demographic and tie for #4 in the women 18-34 race.



"Days" matched its top women 18-49 rating since August 20-24 and equaled its highest women 18-34 rating since the week of November 21-15, 2011.



Season to date, "Days Of Our Lives" is tied for #3 in the women 18-49 category and tied for #4 in the women 18-34 demo. In total viewers, "Days" is up this season versus last by 4 percent (2.6 million vs. 2.5 million).



Note that several daytime programs, including “Days Of Our Lives,” had shorter durations on Friday, Nov. 9, due to a Presidential press event.



Ratings reflect “live plus same day” data from Nielsen Media Research unless otherwise noted. Season-to-date figures are averages of “live plus seven day” data except for the two most recent weeks, which are “live plus same day.”

http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2012/11/15/abc-ranks-as-daytimes-number-1-network-for-9th-consecutive-week-in-women-18-34-delivering-the-programming-blocks-best-numbers-in-well-over-2-years/157930/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Tvbythenumbers+%28TVbytheNumbers%29

ABC Ranks as Daytime’s #1 Network for 9th Consecutive Week in Women

18-34, Delivering the Programming Block’s Best Numbers in Well Over 2 Years;

#1 for the 5th Straight Week in Women 18-49

Soaring to a 21-Month High, “The View” is the Week’s #1 Program in Daytime in Women 18-34; Wednesday’s Show is the Series’ Most-Watched in 21 Months

“General Hospital” Levies Largest Competitive Edge Over “Young & The Restless” in Nearly 4-1/2 Years in Women 18-34; Up By Double-Digits Year to Year

“The Chew” Heads Into the Holidays with Weekly Series Highs in Women 18-34; Hits 10-Month High in Total Viewers, Near 9-Month Highs in Women 18-49/25-54


Daytime Programming Highlights

•ABC stood as Daytime’s #1 network for the 9th consecutive week in Women 18-34 (0.7 rating/253,000), generating the daypart’s most-watched week in well over 2 years – since week of 7/6/10 – and was #1 for the 5th straight week in Women 18-49 (1.0 rating/624,000).
•In another solid week, “General Hospital” ranked a strong #2 in Women 18-34 (0.8 rating/266,000), posting its largest competitive advantage over “Young & The Restless” in nearly 4-1/2 years (+39% – vs. 191,000) – since week of 6/23/08.
•Versus the year-ago week, “General Hospital” soared by 21% in Total Viewers (2.82 million vs. 2.27 million), by 54% in Women 18-34 (266,000 vs. 161,000) and by 23% in Women 18-49 (679,000 vs. 571,000).
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Eric83
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So happy for GH! 2.82 million viewers is another high for the RC regime. Hope they cross 3 million over the holidays.
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NicoleLVR


And that 2.82 is well deserved hopefully they can bring GH in to the 3 million range, because the show has definitely been amazing lately.
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Matt
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Wow. Apparently DAYS got a 2.0 in households for the week.
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DAYS
Monday: 2.0/2,634,000
Tuesday: 1.8/2,385,000
Wednesday: 2.1/2,628,000
Thursday: 2.0/2,644,000
Friday: 1.9/2,448,000

Pretty impressive. I'm not watching, but it's nice to see the show keeping going UP.
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Evan
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But, coming last and trailing GH is not what NBC would want for DAYS.
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Eric83
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I don't understand why last place would matter with only 4 soaps.... :mellow:
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Eric83
Nov 18 2012, 07:14 PM
I don't understand why last place would matter with only 4 soaps.... :mellow:
It doesn't.
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JtSmarts
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Some nice growth for Days. For this week in 2011 it had a 1.7 HH rating and in 2010 a 1.9 HH rating. For all the hate Tomsell has received, the ratings for the 4th quarter of 2012 have generally been higher than MarDar in 2011.
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Another interesting ratings tidbit. If we go back to the same week in 2007 (Nov 5-9 2007) Here is how things shape up.

Y&R: 4.0 HH/ 1.9 18-49
B&B: 2.8 HH/ 1.4 18-49
GH: 2.5 HH/ 1.6 18-49
Dool: 2.0 HH/ 1.5 18-49

Compared to November 5-9 2012

Y&R: 3.3 HH/ 0.6 18-49
B&B: 2.4 HH/ 0.5 18-49
GH: 2.1 HH/ 0.8 18-49
Dool: 2.0 HH/ 0.6 18-49

It's interesting that soaps have been hit the hardest in the 18-49 demo with all soaps losing half or more of their 18-49 audience, while the household rating, at least in Dool's case is about the same. This shows an interesting change in the distribution of the overall audience.

All Ratings From SON http://boards.soapoperanetwork.com/topic/23267-november-5-9-2007/
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Rick
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Wonder if this Christmas will bring big gains like these from 2000? LOL



Dec 25-29, 2000 (Current Shows)




HH
1. Y&R 6.3 (+.5)
2. B&B 5.0 (+.7)
3. GH 4.3 (+.5)
3. DAYS 4.3 (+.4)

Women 18-49
1. GH 3.5 (+.7)
2. Y&R 3.3 (+.4)
5. DAYS 3.1 (+.5)
7. B&B 2.6 (+.4)

Women 18-34
1. DAYS 3.6 (+.2)

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Dec 25-29, 2000 (All Soaps included)

HH
1. Y&R 6.3 (+.5)
2. B&B 5.0 (+.7)
3. GH 4.3 (+.5)
3. DAYS 4.3 (+.4)
5. ATWT 4.1 (+.8)
6. GL 4.0 (+.8)
7. AMC 3.8 (+.5)
8. OLTL 3.7 (+.4)
9. PSNS 2.9 (+.3)<------------------- Passions Highest Rated Week Ever
10. PC 2.2 (+.2)

Women 18-49
1. GH 3.5 (+.7)
2. OLTL 3.3 (+.8)
2. AMC 3.3 (+.6)
2. Y&R 3.3 (+.4)
5. DAYS 3.1 (+.5)
6. GL 2.7 (+.7)
7. B&B 2.6 (+.4)
8. ATWT 2.4 (+.5)
9. PSNS 2.2 (+.2)
10. PC 1.6 (+.3)

Women 18-34
1. DAYS 3.6 (+.2)
2. PSNS 2.5 (+.5)



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blueskies
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I think that week of Passions was when Sheridan was "dead" and she came back to life after being dug up. Certainly my fave week of the show.
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