Where does your favorite daytime show stack up in terms of popularity across the nation, sorted by state? Here’s a quick guide!
Have you ever wondered which daytime show was the most popular in your state? Well, excluding
Starting with a list of currently aired broadcast and syndicated TV shows (excluding Sunday morning and tabloid news), compiler USDirect utilized the Google search volume of each program over the course of 2018, separating the data by state. This led to their list of the most popular daytime TV shows (in terms of searches, not ratings) in each state.
America’s Most Popular Daytime Shows by State
Talk show “The View” tops other programs in New York and Pennsylvania, while “The Real” topples things in Maryland, “Maury” in Tennessee, “The Dr. Oz Show” in Alaska, Hawaii
Game shows are the most popular daytime programs in much of the country with “The Price is Right” taking the lead in the most states — Arizona, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin. “Jeopardy!” is right behind with Maine, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia and Washington. “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” has Nevada and North Dakota locked up while “Wheel of Fortune” enjoys its top viewers from Mississippi and Wyoming.
Morning shows “Good Morning America” and “The Today Show” generally average more viewers in the early hours than most daytime programs overall, but when it comes to where their audience lies, it’s further north. “GMA” is tops in New Hampshire while “Today” is on top in Rhode Island.
For more on how th daytime shows compare throughout the rest of the country, visit usdirect.com, a DIRECTV authorized dealer.