'General Hospital' is Daytime’s Number 1 Program for 4th Straight Week in Women 18-34, Boasting Biggest Competitive Edge Over 'Young & the Restless' in 14 Months

via press release:

ABC Stands as Daytime’s #1 Network for 8th Consecutive Week in

Women 18-34, and 4th Week in a Row in Women 18-49

 

“General Hospital” is Daytime’s #1 Program for 4th Straight Week in

Women 18-34, Boasting Biggest Competitive Edge Over “Young & the

Restless” in 14 Months and 2nd-Largest in Nearly 4-1/2 Years

 

“The View” Ties “”General Hospital” as Week’s #1 Daytime Program in Women 18-34 With 22-Week High; “The Chew” Spikes to 23-Week High

in Women 18-49 and to Season Highs in Women 18-34 and Women 25-54

 

 

Daytime Programming Highlights

 

  • ABC stood as Daytime’s #1 network for the 8th consecutive week in Women 18-34 (0.6 rating/211,000), and for the 4th straight week in Women 18-49 (0.9 rating/584,000 – tie).

 

  • For the 4th consecutive week, “General Hospitalranked as the #1 program in Daytime in Women 18-34 (0.7 rating/248,000), posting its largest competitive advantage over “Young & the Restless” in 14 months and its second-biggest edge in close to 4-1/2 years (+31% – 248,000 vs. 189,000), since weeks of 8/22/11 and 6/23/08, respectively. Moreover, the series recorded its closest finish to “Young & the Restless” in 14 months in Women 18-49 – since week of 8/29/11.

 

  • “The View” tied “General Hospital” as Daytime’s #1 program in Women 18-34 (0.7 rating/237,000), spiking to a 22-week high in the demo – since week of 5/21/12.

 

  • “The Chew” soared to its most-watched week in 23 weeks in Women 18-49 (421,000) – since week of 5/14/12 – and registered season highs in Women 18-34 (149,000) and Women 25-54 (536,000).

 

 

Following are the Daytime lineup averages, plus Top 5 Programs ranks among key Women, sorted by Women 18-49:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: NTI, Week of 10/22/12, Live + Same Day; “Price is Right” is average from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. All ranks/ties based on rating unless otherwise noted. Excludes specials/gapped programming.

 

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