ABC's "The View" continues its season-long hot streak, outperforming CBS' competing "The Talk" in all key sales demographics, including Total Viewers.
In a season that finds ABC's "The View" as the only broadcast program growing in total viewers over its year-ago performance, the daytime talk show continues to overpower CBS' competing "The Talk" in all key categories.
ABC has renewed “The View” for an epic 20th season, and Candi Carter has officially been named executive producer of the daytime talker, effective immediately.
On today's edition of CBS' "The Talk," "The Young and the Restless" star Jason Thompson (Billy Abbott) appeared for the first time on the daytime talk show. After welcoming him to the CBS family, the co-hosts asked the actor about working on the soap opera and how things have gone so far him, including how easy it was to be "sleeping" in bed while his castmates cried over the possible loss of his character. The actor also shared where he hides his lines when necessary.
A familiar face to fans of "The Young and the Restless" and "General Hospital" guests on "The Talk" on Monday, February 15. Daytime vet Jason Thompson (Billy Abbott, "Y&R;" ex-Patrick Drake, "GH") stops by the CBS talk show for a chat with hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood.
"General Hospital's" Maurice Benard (Sonny Corinthos) will be appearing on the Thursday, February 25 edition of "The Dr. Oz Show," the actor announced on his Instagram page yesterday. "Going to discuss something very important to me," wrote the actor.
After struggling in the fall, ABC's "The View" appears to be turning things around. The daytime talk show, along with network counterpart "The Chew," attracted their largest audiences in a year, according to newly released Nielsen Media Research ratings data for the week of January 18-22, 2016.
Following the cancellation of Disney/ABC Domestic Television's "FABLife," the ABC Owned Television Stations will replace the daytime talker beginning in Fall 2016 with "RightThisMinute," a viral video series that will now be distributed by Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution. The show is produced by MagicDust Television in conjunction with television station groups Cox Media Group, Raycom Media, Inc. and The E.W. Scripps Company.
There won't be a second season for Disney/ABC Domestic Television's "FABLife," it was announced today by Janice Marinelli, president, Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution. The show will remain in production and produce original episodes for the remainder of the season.
"The Meredith Vieira Show" will conclude its two season run in May, host and executive producer Meredith Vieira announced today of her NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution based talk show. "I am so sorry to see our show come to an end after this season, but I am also incredibly proud of the work our staff has done and forever grateful to our supportive viewers," she said in a statement. "We promise to spend our final weeks producing the best broadcast we know how. And have a blast doing so!"
"FABLife," the new Disney|ABC syndicated lifestyle talk show spearheaded by Tyra Banks and featuring foodie Chrissy Teigen, fashion expert Joe Zee, interior designer Lauren Makk and DIY enthusiast Leah Ashley as co-hosts, launched Monday, September 14 as the No.1 new syndicated series of the young 2015-16 television season in Households (1.1/3), Women 18-49 (0.5/4) and Women 25-54 (0.6/4).
"The Young and the Restless'" Tracey E. Bregman (Lauren Fenmore) appeared on Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family" earlier this week and revealed some interesting tidbits about how she got her start in Hollywood, including that her first name wasn't originally spelled with an "e" and that she didn't always include her middle initial (which stands for Elizabeth) in her profession, and shares some of her "Days of our Lives" memories. Also part of her appearance, Bregman played the soap star name game with hosts Mark Steines…