America’s most watched network (CBS) and the second largest cable operator in the country (Time Warner Cable) are battling it out over retransmission fees and come Wednesday, July 24, fans of CBS’ programming including “The Young and the Restless,” “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “The Talk,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “2 Broke Girls,” and more could find their screens blackened if they live in:
According to Nielsen Media Research data released today, CBS’ “The Talk” has delivered its second-biggest weekly audience in the show’s history. “Talk,” hosted by Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler, Sara Gilbert, Julie Chen and Sheryl Underwood, averaged 2.54 million viewers* for the week ending July 12. The show averaged a 1.1/6 in Women 25-54 rating and a 0.7/4 in Women 18-49 rating.
Aisha Tyler (“The Talk”) and Wayne Brady (“Let’s Make a Deal”) are not only appearing daily in their successful CBS Daytime shows, but the two have also joined together to successfully re-launch “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” the former ABC series “where everything is made up and the points do not matter.” Now airing on The CW for a summer run, “Whose Line” averaged 2.9 million viewers and 1.1/4 in Adults 18-49 for its two-episode premiere last night according to TVbytheNumbers.
For the week of June 10-14, 2013, CBS Daytime once again led all networks in the households and total viewers. Consisting of soap operas “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “The Young and the Restless,” game shows “Let’s Make a Deal” and “The Price is Right” and talk show “The Talk,” CBS was up week-to-week in viewers and the Women 25-54 demo. “Y&R” was up 5% in both viewers and women 25-54, while “B&B” was up 4% in viewers and 7% in women 25-54.
Going into Sunday’s Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards telecast, CBS Daytime was the most honored network with 51 nominations. By the end of the night, the network went home with 21 statues (eight during broadcast and 13 from creative arts on Friday) covering all genres including soap operas “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “The Young and the Restless,” game shows “The Price is Right” and “Let’s Make a Deal” and talk show “The Talk.”
You saw the top winners of the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Awards accept their honors on air, but guess what? Soap Opera Network went the extra mile and caught up with each and every soap opera winner to get an exclusive reaction backstage! What were they thinking when their name was called? Where will they put their gorgeous gold statue? And how will they celebrate being the top actors in their field? Read on to find out! Read More >>
On the Friday, June 14 edition of “The Talk,” Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards co-host and Showbiz Tonight host, A.J. Hammer, stopped by CBS’ “The Talk” to chat with the ladies (Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler, Sheryl Underwood, Julie Chen and Sara Gilbert) about daytime biggest event!
“The 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards” airs LIVE from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA tonight at 8:00 PM ET on HLN.
We’re certainly hoping that the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards will feature tons of soap opera related content, but we don’t want to forget about all of the other daytime programming set to shine during the big night! Several other categories will be celebrated, and HLN just released the list of presenters who will be handing out the coveted awards.
On Monday, June 17, CBS’ “The Talk” will celebrate “The 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards,” with a special after-party that will include appearances by several of the nights biggest winners. This marks the second consecutive year in which “The Talk” pays tribute to Daytime Emmy Award winners from across all dayparts invited to appear live on the show following their industries biggest night.
Paris Jackson remains hospitalized after a suicide attempt. Marie Osmond weighs in, saying she relates, coming from an iconic show business family and having lost her own son to suicide:
“She should be more protected…This child is embarrassed…She’s not fine.”
“I think (it’s time )to take the opportunity to really look at all the components in this child’s life, whether he is her father, her abandonment issues with her mother, this family that she really didn’t know; the public, terrible things said about Michal, her dad… People can be so cruel. It’s like massive bullying.”
“This little girl is in a very hard place. Who knows what the answers are? My heart breaks for her.”