Huge congratulations are in order for CBS Daytime, as the network’s entire lineup managed to attract its largest weekly audience in more than eight years!
According to Nielsen ratings for the week of Monday, January 27 through Friday, January 31, “The Talk” averaged 3.19 million viewers — its largest weekly audience ever — while “Let’s Make a Deal” part one attracted 3.71 million viewers, and “Let’s Make a Deal” part two attracted 4.22 million viewers — also the show’s highest ratings ever. With 6.08 million viewers, “The Price Is Right” part one posted its highest ratings since December of 2004, while “The Price Is Right” part two garnered 7.12 million viewers, its highest since December 2005.
Meanwhile, the intense February Sweeps storyline that ushered “The Young and the Restless’” Michael Muhney (Adam Newman) and Billy Miller (Billy Abbott) out of Genoa City paid off: The soap opera managed to pull in 5.73 million viewers — its highest since February 2008! And sister soap “The Bold and the Beautiful” pulled in 4.17 million, its highest since April 2007.
Congratulations again, CBS Daytime!