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(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Ratings Report for the Week of October 24-28, 2011

NOTE: Please do not copy and paste the entire ratings.  Thank you.

Numbers are based on Live+Same Day ratings

(Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)

Total Viewers
1. Y&R 4,467,000 (-12,000/-411,000)
2. B&B 3,180,000 (+113,000/+72,000)
3. OLTL 2,562,000 (-31,000/+217,0000)
4. GH 2,373,000 (+56,000/+91,000)
5. DAYS 2,351,000 (-42,000/-73,000)

Households
1. Y&R 3.4/11 (+.1/same)
2. B&B 2.4/8 (+.1/+.2)
3. OLTL 1.9/6 (same/+.1)
4. GH 1.8/5 (same/+.1)
5. DAYS 1.7/6 (-.1/-.1)

Women 18-49 Viewers
1. Y&R 943,000 (+37,000/-93,000)
2. OLTL 684,000 (+76,000/+55,000)
3. GH 679,000 (+82,000/-8,000)
4. B&B 636,000 (+53,000/-14,000)
5. DAYS 611,000 (+31,000/-59,000)

Women 18-49 Rating
1. Y&R 1.5/9 (+.1/-.1)
2. OLTL 1.1/7 (+.2/+.1)
2. GH 1.1/6 (+.2/+.1)
4. DAYS 1.0/6 (+.1/same)
4. B&B 1.0/6 (+.1/same)

Girls 12-17 Viewers
1. OLTL 58,000 (+17,000/+30,000)
2. Y&R 43,000 (same/-2,000)
3. B&B 35,000 (+7,000/+3,000)
4. GH 33,000 (+21,000/-1,000)
5. DAYS 18,000 (-7,000/-5,000)

Women 18-34 Rating
1. Y&R 0.7/4 (same/-.1)
1. OLTL 0.7/4 (+.1/+.1)
3. DAYS 0.6/4 (+.1/-.1)
4. GH 0.5/3 (+.1/-.1)
5. B&B 0.4/3 (-.1/-.1)

Men 18+ Viewers
1. Y&R 1,009,000 (-36,000/-225,000)
2. B&B 665,000 (-14,000/-25,000)
3. DAYS 533,000 (+16,000/-14,000)
4. OLTL 468,000 (-62,000/+62,000)
5. GH 402,000 (-38,000/-6,000)

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Day-To-Day Ratings – HH/Total Viewers

B&B
Monday: 2.6/3,442,000
Tuesday: 2.4/2,991,000
Wednesday: 2.5/3,157,000
Thursday: 2.3/3,226,000
Friday: 2.2/3,084,000

DAYS
Monday: 1.8/2,544,000
Tuesday: 1.7/2,200,000
Wednesday: 1.7/2,404,000
Thursday: 1.7/2,383,000
Friday: 1.6/2,224,000

GH
Monday: 1.7/2,296,000
Tuesday: 1.7/2,246,000
Wednesday: 1.8/2,323,000
Thursday: 1.8/2,398,000
Friday: 1.9/2,600,000

OLTL
Monday: 1.9/2,516,000
Tuesday: 1.8/2,348,000
Wednesday: 1.9/2,647,000
Thursday: 1.9/2,544,000
Friday: 2.0/2,754,000

Y&R
Monday: 3.5/4,595,000
Tuesday: 3.3/4,199,000
Wednesday: 3.4/4,527,000
Thursday: 3.4/4,598,000
Friday: 3.2/4,414,000

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For the SEASON September 19, 2011 through October 30, 2011

Households
1. Y&R 3.4
2. B&B 2.3
3. OLTL 2.0
4. GH 1.9
4. DAYS 1.9

Women 18-49 Rating
1. Y&R 1.5
2. DAYS 1.1
2. GH 1.1
2. OLTL 1.1
5. B&B 1.0

 

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Days of Days Fan Giveaway!

On Saturday, November 5, 2011, the cast of NBC’s “Days of our Lives” will be celebrating the the 4th Annual “Days of Days” fan event at CityWalk at Universal Studios Hollywood. While signing autographs, the stars will be signing with their very own personalized Adler Collection pens (see photos for samples). Soap Opera Network has partnered with the pen maker in giving away a free personalized pen to three lucky winners along with a personalized video congratulations from a “Days of our Lives” cast member.

The giveaway will run from 6:00 PM ET on Thursday, November 3 through 12:00 PM ET on Saturday, November 5, 2011.

To enter, answer the following question correctly and you will automatically be entered in a random drawing that will take place immediately after the close of the giveaway.

Question: What month, day and year did “Days of our Lives” premiere on NBC?

To enter, submit your full name and mailing address to soapoperanetwork@sonuni.com with the answer to our question (make sure to include “Days of our Lives” in your subject line).

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(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Ratings Report for the Week of October 17-21, 2011

NOTE: Please do not copy and paste the entire ratings.  Thank you.

Numbers are based on Live+Same Day ratings

(Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)

Total Viewers
1. Y&R 4,479,000 (-12,000/-383,000)
2. B&B 3,067,000 (+78,000/-120,000)
3. OLTL 2,593,000 (+13,000/+239,000)
4. DAYS 2,393,000 (+50,000/-138,000)
5. GH 2,317,000 (-31,000/-63,000)

Households
1. Y&R 3.3/11 (-.1/-.1)
2. B&B 2.3/8 (same/same)
3. OLTL 1.9/6 (same/+.2)
4. DAYS 1.8/6 (+.1/-.1)
4. GH 1.8/5 (same/same)

Women 18-49 Viewers
1. Y&R 906,000 (-47,000/-105,000)
2. OLTL 608,000 (-7,000/-17,000)
3. GH 597,000 (-18,000/-145,000)
4. B&B 583,000 (-37,000/-49,000)
5. DAYS 580,000 (-31,000/-72,000)

Women 18-49 Rating
1. Y&R 1.4/9 (-.1/-.1)
2. B&B 0.9/6 (-.1/-.1)
2. OLTL 0.9/6 (-.1/same)
2. GH 0.9/6 (-.1/-.2) <—–— ties low
2. DAYS 0.9/6 (-.1/-.1) <—–— ties low

Girls 12-17 Viewers
1. Y&R 43,000 (-14,000/-2,000)
2. OLTL 41,000 (-4,000/+22,000)
3. B&B 28,000 (-2,000/-8,000)
4. DAYS 25,000 (+6,000/-18,000)
5. GH 12,000 (-11,000/-12,000)

Women 18-34 Rating
1. Y&R 0.7/5 (same/-.1)
2. OLTL 0.6/3 (same/+.1)
3. DAYS 0.5/3 (-.1/-.2)
3. B&B 0.5/3 (same/same)
5. GH 0.4/3 (-.1/-.2) <—–— ties low

Men 18+ Viewers
1. Y&R 1,045,000 (+13,000/-114,000)
2. B&B 679,000 (+52,000/+7,000)
3. OLTL 530,000 (+22,000/+91,000)
4. DAYS 517,000 (-16,000/-83,000)
5. GH 440,000 (-28,000/-21,000)

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Day-To-Day Ratings – HH/Total Viewers

B&B
Monday: 2.4/2,927,000
Tuesday: 2.3/3,100,000
Wednesday: 2.4/3,072,000
Thursday: 2.3/3,115,000
Friday: 2.4/3,120,000

DAYS
Monday: 1.8/2,362,000
Tuesday: 1.7/2,342,000
Wednesday: 1.9/2,685,000
Thursday: 1.8/2,458,000
Friday: 1.6/2,129,000

GH
Monday: 1.8/2,380,000
Tuesday: 1.9/2,537,000
Wednesday: 1.8/2,393,000
Thursday: 1.7/2,204,000
Friday: 1.5/2,072,000

OLTL
Monday: 2.0/2,769,000
Tuesday: 2.0/2,631,000
Wednesday: 2.0/2,721,000
Thursday: 1.9/2,518,000
Friday: 1.7/2,313,000

Y&R
Monday: 3.4/4,505,000
Tuesday: 3.3/4,671,000
Wednesday: 3.4/4,458,000
Thursday: 3.2/4,333,000
Friday: 3.2/4,368,000

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For the SEASON September 19, 2011 through October 23, 2011

Households
1. Y&R 3.4
2. B&B 2.3
3. OLTL 2.0
4. GH 1.9
4. DAYS 1.9

Women 18-49 Rating
1. Y&R 1.5
2. GH 1.1
2. DAYS 1.1
4. OLTL 1.0
5. B&B 0.9

 

Ratings Archive



JPI

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Although a “Days of our Lives” representative was unavailable for comment to Soap Opera Network, Soap Opera Digest is reporting what The Huffington Post originally reported, which is Lisa Rinna is returning to the NBC soap in the role of Billie Reed. The actress originated the role in 1992, nearly twenty years ago.

The Huffington Post
“‘Days Of Our Lives’ has a great new team behind it, and they are determined to make sure the show not only survives but thrives,” an insider tells me. “Part of the strategy is bringing out the big guns, which includes bringing back Lisa Rinna and Billie Reed.”

“Lisa is doing a James Franco,” the source says, referencing Franco’s recent guest role on “General Hospital.” “There is something full circle about bringing her back to the role that made her famous and now harnessing her celebrity to secure the future of the show.”

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Per the Post, Rinna’s supposed scripts are being kept under wraps and anyone involved in her storyline are being told to keep quiet after learning they’ll be working with her. The site states she’ll begin shooting her episodes in December, which would place her first airdate as early as March per the current filming schedule the soap is under.

Rinna previously returned to “DAYS” in 2002 during the soaps failed attempt to recapture the novelty of her character. Although at no fault to the actress herself, the soap wrote her character as a cop at the Salem Police Department, which incensed fans – particularly fans of Bo (Peter Reckell) and Hope (Kristian Alfonso) Brady.



(SoapOperaNetwork.com) – A look at what’s happening on “Days of Our Lives” during the week of October 24, 2011.

THIS WEEK ON: DAYS OF OUR LIVES

Lexie cautiously agrees to a truce with EJ on Monday, October 24. Chad reinforces his decision not to be a part of the DiMera family. Madison prompts Brady to open up about his feelings about his father on Tuesday, October 25. Later, she tells a mysterious caller that it would be a mistake for that person to show up in Salem now and that it would ruin everything she’s worked so hard to accomplish. Brady plays a guinea pig for Sami and Madison on Thursday, October 27, when he helps them test out their new line of men’s line of products. The session turns sexy when Madison turns the heat up and pampers him. Halloween is celebrated at Horton Square on Friday, October 28. Melanie and Abby discover they are wearing the same Halloween costume. Later Chad sneaks up on “Abigail” and gives her a passionate kiss – only it turns out to be Melanie! EJ steals the spotlight from Abe once again and takes advantage of the situation by kissing Nicole. John escapes from house arrest and surprises Marlena at the town square. Will he be discovered?

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The Inside Story: Politics of Love
On Monday, October 24, Daniel asks Jennifer if she would’ve moved in with him if Jack hadn’t shown up. Jennifer refuses to acknowledge “what ifs” because that would also mean she would still be with Jack if he had never been kidnapped. Abe comes by and asks Jennifer to do PR for his campaign. Jennifer is torn because she knows it will take time away from her family. She is touched when Daniel offers to help out. Daniel realizes how deep Jennifer’s feelings for Jack are when she opens up about their nice date. Daniel shows up for his “date night” with Jennifer on Thursday, October 27 but surprises her with an arrangement he made for her to meet with a professional political operative. She can ask him about his work to help decide whether or not to take the job with Abe. Jennifer is grateful but realizes he’s giving up solo time with her. After meeting with the man, Jennifer is excited and tells Daniel she’s going to call Abe and accept the job. Jennifer pulls Daniel close, knowing he made a sacrifice for her. They kiss. On Friday, October 28 Jennifer and Daniel have a fun halloween date. Daniel confides in Melanie how hard this situation has been on him. Jennifer realizes a masked man has been spying on her all night. Thinking it’s Jack, she confronts him but he leaves before she can learn his identity.

A Closer Look: Awkward
Rafe can’t say no to Sami, so they agree to let Austin settle in on their couch on Monday, October 24. Rafe worries about telling the kids he no longer has a job. but Sami bucks him up. Later, Austin spills water all over himself. Sami walks in and they end up on top of each other…just as Rafe enters. Carrie calls Rafe on Tuesday, October 25  and apologizes to him for losing his job. She shares good news with him that she found the clinic worker who will testify that John was at the clinic, not in Paris making an illegal transaction. Carrie is shocked when she learns Sami invited Austin to stay at her place and urges him to move back to the hotel before she comes home. Austin and Sami realize their spouses are justifiably upset about the two of them living under the same roof. Sami slips into the shower with Rafe to make sure he knows he is the only man she loves. Kate and Austin have lunch on Wednesday, October 26. Kate encourages him to look at more than just the evidence against John. She know’s her ex isn’t capable of committing embezzlement. Kate is horrified when Austin tells her he’s staying with Sami. Austin tells her that Sami isn’t the problem – Rafe is. On Friday, October 28 Sami argues with Marlena and Rafe about John’s innocence.

Another Closer Look: Egg Mystery
Bo and Hope manage to get the name of the woman who took Maggie’s eggs: Lillian Parker. Maggie doesn’t recognize the name. Later Melanie sees the name written down and reacts: what is Maggie doing with the name of her grandmother? On Friday, October 28  Bo and Hope receive partial information from a background check – they learn Lillian is deceased and had a son born on December 18th. Melanie overhears and wonders why they are talking about her grandmother. Bo, Maggie, and Hope are all stunned when they realize Daniel is Maggie’s son! Maggie explains to Melanie and the two share a tearful hug when they realize they are related.



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(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — As Soap Opera Network first reported yesterday evening, Lisa De Cazotte has been hired to fill the shoes of the departing Noel Maxam as Co-Executive Producer of NBC’s “Days of our Lives.” In a statement issued earlier today to the press, Co-EP Greg Meng confirmed that De Cazotte will be joining him as Co-Executive Producer and that, “[Executive Producer] Ken Corday is excited to have Lisa join the ‘Days of our Lives’ family.”

The change from Maxam to De Cazotte is effective immediately.

De Cazotte was the Executive Producer of “Passions” for the show’s entire run (July 5, 1999 – August 7, 2008). This reunites her with former “Passions” writers and current  “DAYS” Co-Head Writers Darrell Ray Thomas, Jr. and Marlene McPherson.

De Cazotte began her soap opera career as an intern for “One Life To Live” in the early 1980′s and worked her way up to Coordinating Producer before leaving in 1991 to join “Santa Barabara” as a Producer. When “Santa Barbara” ended in 1993, she joined “All My Children” where she was a Coordinating Producer and later Supervising Producer. In 1996, De Cazotte left “AMC” to help start NBC’s new soap opera “Sunset Beach” where she worked as a Producer and Supervising Producer. In 1998, De Cazotte was chosen to be the Executive Producer of another new NBC soap, “Passions.” After “Passions” ended, De Cazotte was name the Executive Producer for the second season of SOAPnet’s “General Hospistal: Night Shift” (July 22, 2008 – October 21, 2008). In 2009, she returned to “All My Children” as a Producer and worked there for a year.

Maxam joined “DAYS” as a Producer/Director in August 2007. In late 2008, Maxam was promoted to Supervising Producer. Beginning his daytime career with “The Young and the Restless” in 1997 as an Associate Director, Maxam directed a number of episodes at the drama series starting in 1999 until his departure in August 2007 to join “DAYS.” He was named Co-Executive Producer along with Meng in June 2011 in what producers called a “reboot” of the series.



JPI

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — EXCLUSIVE! Sources have confirmed to Soap Opera Network that “Days of our Lives” has fired Co-Executive Producer Noel Maxam. His replacement will be former “Passions” Executive Producer Lisa De Cazotte.

This comes as a shocking development as Maxam was named Co-Executive Producer this past June, along with Greg Meng, who will remain as Co-Executive Producer.

De Cazotte was the Executive Producer of “Passions” for the show’s entire run (July 5, 1999 – August 7, 2008).   This reunites her with former “Passions” writers and current  “DAYS” Co-Head Writers Darrell Ray Thomas, Jr.  and Marlene McPherson.

De Cazotte began her soap opera career as an intern for “One Life To Live” in the early 1980′s and worked her way up to Coordinating Producer before leaving in 1991 to join “Santa Barabara” as a Producer.   When “Santa Barbara” ended in 1993, she joined “All My Children” where she was a Coordinating Producer and later Supervising Producer. In 1996, De Cazotte left “AMC” to help start NBC’s new soap opera “Sunset Beach” where she worked as a Producer and Supervising Producer. In 1998, De Cazotte was chosen to be the Executive Producer of another new NBC soap, “Passions.”   After “Passions” ended, De Cazotte was name the Executive Producer for the second season of SOAPnet’s “General Hospistal: Night Shift” (July 22, 2008 – October 21, 2008). In 2009, she returned to “All My Children” as a Producer and worked there for a year.

De Cazotte is a graduate of Fordham University and has 4 Daytime Emmy nominations.

Stay tuned to Soap Opera Network as more details become available.



(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — Ratings Report for the Week of October 10-14, 2011

Corday Productions/Sony Pictures Television

NOTE: Please do not copy and paste the entire ratings.  Thank you.

Numbers are based on Live+Same Day ratings

(Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)

Total Viewers
1. Y&R 4,491,000 (+282,000/-540,000)
2. B&B 2,989,000 (+125,000/-226,000)
3. OLTL 2,580,000 (+162,000/+129,000)
4. GH 2,348,000 (+99,000/-176,000)
5. DAYS 2,343,000 (-107,000/-70,000)

Households
1. Y&R 3.4/11 (+.3/-.1)
2. B&B 2.3/7 (+.2/same)
3. OLTL 1.9/6 (+.1/+.1)
4. GH 1.8/5 (+.1/-.1)
5. DAYS 1.7/6 (-.1/-.1)

Women 18-49 Viewers
1. Y&R 953,000 (+145,000/-100,000)
2. B&B 620,000 (+22,000/-30,000)
3. GH 615,000 (+42,000/-216,000)
3. OLTL 615,000 (+54,000/-71,000)
5. DAYS 611,000 (-35,000/-72,000)

Women 18-49 Rating
1. Y&R 1.5/10 (+.2/-.1)
2. DAYS 1.0/6 (same/same)
2. B&B 1.0/6 (+.1/same)
2. GH 1.0/6 (+.1/-.3)
2. OLTL 1.0/6 (+.1/same)

Girls 12-17 Viewers
1. Y&R 57,000 (+21,000/+25,000)
2. OLTL 45,000 (+6,000/+33,000)
3. B&B 30,000 (+9,000/-3,000)
4. GH 23,000 (+2,000/+14,000)
5. DAYS 19,000 (-1,000/-17,000)

Women 18-34 Rating
1. Y&R 0.7/5 (+.1/-.2)
2. DAYS 0.6/4 (same/-.1)
2. OLTL 0.6/3 (+.1/same)
4. GH 0.5/3 (+.1/-.3)
4. B&B 0.5/3 (same/same)

Men 18+ Viewers
1. Y&R 1,032,000 (+63,000/-136,000)
2. B&B 627,000 (-16,000/-60,000)
3. DAYS 533,000 (-9,000/+49,000)
4. OLTL 508,000 (+17,000/+86,000)
5. GH 468,000 (+15,000/+21,000)

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Day-To-Day Ratings – HH/Total Viewers

B&B
Monday: 2.4/3,117,000
Tuesday: 2.4/3,080,000
Wednesday: 2.2/2,948,000
Thursday: 2.2/2,891,000
Friday: 2.2/2,908,000

DAYS
Monday: 1.8/2,467,000
Tuesday: 1.7/2,316,000
Wednesday: 1.6/2,222,000
Thursday: 1.7/2,365,000
Friday: 1.7/2,343,000

GH
Monday: 1.8/2,352,000
Tuesday: 1.7/2,197,000
Wednesday: 1.9/2,495,000
Thursday: 1.7/2,290,000
Friday: 1.8/2,403,000

OLTL
Monday: 1.9/2,525,000
Tuesday: 1.9/2,601,000
Wednesday: 1.9/2,651,000
Thursday: 1.8/2,471,000
Friday: 2.0/2,652,000

Y&R
Monday: 3.5/4,732,000
Tuesday: 3.4/4,433,000
Wednesday: 3.3/4,431,000
Thursday: 3.3/4,392,000
Friday: 3.4/4,467,000

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For the SEASON September 19, 2011 through October 16, 2011

Households
1. Y&R 3.4
2. B&B 2.2
3. OLTL 2.0
4. GH 1.9
4. DAYS 1.9

Women 18-49 Rating
1. Y&R 1.5
2. GH 1.1
2. DAYS 1.1
4. OLTL 1.0
5. B&B 0.9

 

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Steve Fenn/ABC

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — You may be asking yourself why in the world would we be doing a ratings reflection that highlights ABC’s canceled “All My Children” as ranking second in households (amongst all soaps) for the season when the show has already gone off the air with its last episode airing on Friday, September 23 and talk show “The Chew” already replacing the soap in its old timeslot. If I were to tell you that because ABC scheduled the series finale of “AMC” during the first week of the 2011-2012 television season that the soap would remain in the season-to-date rankings until September 2012, would you believe it? You better!

In the latest ratings released on Friday covering the week of October 3-7, 2011 and the season-to-date ratings of September 19 through October 7, 2011, ABC’s “All My Children” jumped from a 2.3 in households based on the previously reported Live+SD ratings to a 2.4 using newly released Live+7 ratings reflecting the soaps final week on television (week of September 19-23, 2011). In Women 18-49, “AMC” jumped from a 1.1 to a 1.2 rating and in Women 18-34 the soap jumped from a 0.6 to a 0.7 rating. The soap is tied for first in Women 18-34 with “Days of our Lives,” “The Price is Right 2,” “The Young and the Restless” and “The View.” “AMC” is second in Women 18-49 for the season just behind “Y&R,” which ranks first with a 1.4. In Women 25-54, “AMC” ranks second again behind “Y&R” with a 1.7 for “AMC” and a 1.8 for “Y&R.” In the original Live+SD numbers “AMC” ranked second with a 1.5, which shows the soap gained .3 when Live+7 was factored in.

Season to Date Ratings for September 19 through October 7, 2011 
Households
1. The Price is Right 2 (CBS) 3.3
– The Young and the Restless (CBS) 3.3
3. The View (ABC) 2.9
4. The Price is Right 1 (CBS) 2.8
5. All My Children (ABC) 2.4
6. The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) 2.2
7. One Life to Live (ABC) 2.0
8. Days of our Lives (NBC) 1.9
– General Hospital (ABC) 1.9
10. Let’s Make a Deal 2 (CBS) 1.6
11. Let’s Make a Deal 1 (CBS) 1.6
12. The Talk (CBS) 1.5
– The Chew (ABC) 1.5
Women 18-49 Rating
1. The Young and the Restless (CBS) 1.4
2. All My Children (ABC) 1.2
3. Days of our Lives (NBC) 1.1
– General Hospital (ABC) 1.1
– The View (ABC) 1.1
6. One Life to Live (ABC) 1.0
7. The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) 0.9
– The Price is Right 2 (CBS) 0.9
9. The Price is Right 1 (CBS) 0.8
10. The Talk (CBS) 0.7
– The Chew (ABC) 0.7
12. Let’s Make a Deal 2 (CBS) 0.6
13. Let’s Make a Deal 1 (CBS) 0.5
Women 18-34 Rating
1. Days of our Lives (NBC) 0.7
– The Price is Right 2 (CBS) 0.7
– The Young and the Restless (CBS) 0.7
– All My Children (ABC) 0.7
– The View (ABC) 0.7
6. General Hospital (ABC) 0.6
– One Life to Live (ABC) 0.6
8. The Price is Right 1 (CBS) 0.5
– The Chew (ABC) 0.5
10. The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) 0.4
– Let’s Make a Deal 1 (CBS) 0.4
– Let’s Make a Deal 2 (CBS) 0.4
– The Talk (CBS) 0.4
Girls 12-17 Rating
1. One Life to Live (ABC) 0.4
2. The Young and the Restless (CBS) 0.3
3. Days of our Lives (NBC) 0.2
– The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) 0.2
– The Price is Right 2 (CBS) 0.2
– All My Children (ABC) 0.2
– General Hospital (ABC) 0.2
8. Let’s Make a Deal 1 (CBS) 0.1
– Let’s Make a Deal 2 (CBS) 0.1
– The Price is Right 1 (CBS) 0.1
– The Talk (CBS) 0.1
– The View (ABC) 0.1
13. The Chew (ABC) 0.0

 

With “All My Children” no longer a factor in the current daytime climate, for the week of October 3-7, 2011 CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” remained daytime’s most watched soap with 4.2 million viewers watching the daily antics in Genoa City. The soap has lost 15% of its audience (or 765,000 viewers) compared to its performance a year ago (week of October 4-8, 2010). Despite receiving more viewers than any series aired on The CW, including in the rarely reported Adults 18-49 demographic, and remaining the most watched daily serial, the soaps performance would place it in serious danger of cancellation if it were aired in primetime on any of the big four broadcast networks with the exception of maybe a Friday night airing on ABC, FOX or NBC. “The Bold and the Beautiful” by comparison has lost only 8% of its viewership compared to the same point last year (2.9 million vs 3.1 million). Overall CBS has lost 12% of its daytime viewership compared to last year (3.0 million vs 3.4 million). The network is down 8% in households (2.2 vs 2.4) and another 16% in Women 18-49 viewers (530,000 vs 631,000).

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ABC is down 5% in households year-to-year (1.9 vs 2.0) and 9% in total viewers (2.5 million vs 2.7 million). The network is down a whopping 24% in both Women 18-49 and Women 25-54 viewers (541,000 vs 712,000 in Women 18-49 viewers; 714,000 vs 941,000 in Women 25-54 viewers) compared to its performance during the same week last year. ABC is down another 28% year-to-year in Women 18-34 viewers (163,000 Vs 225,000). With “All My Children” no longer in the mix, the network is losing ground in every ratings category with “General Hospital” losing as much as 30% or higher in a number of key demographics including a 50% drop in Women 18-34 rating and 51% in Women 18-34 viewers. “One Life to Live” has lost only 17% of its Women 18-34 (rating) audience and just 23% in actuals. “The View” is the sole bright spot for ABC with a gain of 10% in viewers (3.7 million vs 3.4 million) and another 12% gain in households (2.9 vs 2.6) compared to the year-ago.

NBC’s sole program during the daytime hours remains “Days of our Lives,” which is up 5% in viewers year-to-year and either flat or marginally down in most other categories.

*Note: “The Price is Right 1,” “The Price is Right 2″ and “The View” were preempted on Thursday, October 6.

What follows is the Live+SD ratings for the Week of October 3-7, 2011:

Total Viewers
1. The Price is Right 2 (CBS) 4,456,000*
2. The Young and the Restless (CBS) 4,209,000
3. The Price is Right 1 (CBS) 3,878,000*
4. The View (ABC) 3,724,000*
5. The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) 2,864,000
6. Days of our Lives (NBC) 2,450,000
7. One Life to Live (ABC) 2,418,000
8. Let’s Make a Deal 2 (CBS) 2,417,000
9. General Hospital (ABC) 2,249,000
10. Let’s Make a Deal 1 (CBS) 2,099,000
11. The Talk (CBS) 1,834,000
12. The Chew (ABC) 1,778,000

Households (Rating/Share)
1. The Price is Right 2 (CBS) 3.2/11*
2. The Young and the Restless (CBS) 3.1/11
3. The View (ABC) 2.9/10*
4. The Price is Right 1 (CBS) 2.7/10*
5. The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) 2.1/7
6. Days of our Lives (NBC) 1.8/6
– One Life to Live (ABC) 1.8/6
8. Let’s Make a Deal 2 (CBS) 1.7/6
– General Hospital (ABC) 1.7/5
10. Let’s Make a Deal 1 (CBS) 1.5/6
11. The Talk (CBS) 1.4/5
– The Chew (ABC) 1.4/5

Women 18-49 Rating
1. The Young and the Restless (CBS) 1.3
2. The View (ABC) 1.1*
3. Days of our Lives (NBC) 1.0
4. The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) 0.9
– General Hospital (ABC) 0.9
– One Life to Live (ABC) 0.9
7. The Price is Right 2 (CBS) 0.8*
– The Price is Right 1 (CBS) 0.8*
9. Let’s Make a Deal 2 (CBS) 0.6
– Let’s Make a Deal 1 (CBS) 0.6
– The Talk (CBS) 0.6
– The Chew (ABC) 0.6

Women 18-49 Viewers
1. The Young and the Restless (CBS) 808,000
2. The View (ABC) 686,000*
3. Days of our Lives (NBC) 646,000
4. The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) 598,000
5. General Hospital (ABC) 573,000
6. One Life to Live (ABC) 561,000
7. The Price is Right 2 (CBS) 517,000*
8. The Price is Right 1 (CBS) 502,000*
9. Let’s Make a Deal 2 (CBS) 399,000
10. The Talk (CBS) 393,000
11. The Chew (ABC) 373,000
12. Let’s Make a Deal 1 (CBS) 365,000

Girls 12-17 Viewers
1. One Life to Live (ABC) 39,000
2. The Young and the Restless (CBS) 36,000
3. The Price is Right 2 (CBS) 22,000*
4. The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS) 21,000
– General Hospital (ABC) 21,000
6. Days of our Lives (NBC) 20,000
– The Price is Right 1 (CBS) 20,000*
8. The Talk (CBS) 15,000
9. The View (ABC) 10,000*
– Let’s Make a Deal 1 (CBS) 10,000
11. Let’s Make a Deal 2 (CBS) 9,000
12. The Chew (ABC) 6,000









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