Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Chew Ratings: Week Seven


For our All My Children fans, according to ABC its replacement, The Chew, posted its 5th consecutive week of growth to hit a series high in Total Viewers (2.248 million) for the 3rd straight week.

But, the growth has been very modest.  During its first week in late September, the show drew 2.10 million viewers.  The numbers decreased somewhat, and now they’re just over their original level.

In the daytime network ratings race, CBS is number one with 3.4 million average viewers overall.  Next is ABC at 2.71 million.  NBC trails with 2.29 million.  The strength of CBS is based on its popular soap, The Young and the Restless, which is the top-rated daytime show on broadcast television.

The Chew
(ABC) Trend:

Week of 9/26
Week of 10/3
Week of 10/10
Week of 10/17
Week of
10/24
Week of 10/31
Week of 11/7
2.10 million
viewers
1.78 million
viewers
1.86 million
viewers
1.94
million
viewers
2.156
million
viewers
2.158 million
viewers
2.248 million viewers

12 comments:

  1. i will never watch. let nbc buy our soaps and to hell with abc daytime forever. quit watching all of it.

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  2. I refuse to give this show any of my time or ratings they canceled my soaps for another talk show - please we don't need another talk show. I just read that "AMC" and "OTL" have not been picked up by the internet because they could not get the funding. I extremely disappointed. I feel lost with out my "AMC" and soon "OTL"

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  3. I never watched daytime TV, because I am at work, but since The Chew has been on we record it and my husband and I watch it after supper. Sometimes supper is something that was on The Chew. Not only does it have great recipes the cast is very funny and informative. Give the show a chance.

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  4. hell no amc rules

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  5. the chew is boring and no one cooks that much anymore

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  6. you could not pay me to watch this crap. Bring back all my children.

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  7. I loved the soaps and I said that i would not support the Chew but I have watched a couple of episodes and it becomes additive. I cooked an excellent turkey using tips from the show. I am going to give the show a chance.

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  8. Although i wasn't all that crazy about All My Children I would still find myself watching from time to time to make the afternoon go by faster and it beet kid shows now i find my self having to watch kids shows all day cause the chew just dose not do it for us with One Life To live going off the air our afternoons are going to be long even our bird takes a nap now! I have not a clue what we will do after OLTL goes bye bye And if GH goes I see myself paying to upgrading our cable. I love HGTV so I could definably watch that for most the day I Just hope Gh doesn't go any time soon! This winter has started to be days that drag from boredom

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  9. Save our soaps........

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  10. I don't turn on ABC until 3 when GH comes on. Used to have ABC on from Good Morning America through Dr Oz. Now I only turn it on at 3. I watch other networks or listen to the radio until 3.

    You lost me, ABC

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  11. I will never watch the chew I don't need a bunch of dorks showing me how to cook, people get a life, be proud of learning how to cook on your own!!!! I changed to good day LA, I'll only tune in when GH is on and thanks alot for canceling Desperate Housewives aswell,ABC your loosing me, won't be watching any of your upcoming daytime shows, Boring!!!!!!

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  12. Chew on this after the last episode of AMC I never tuned in and when the last episode of OLTL airs I won't be tunning in the replacement show, and if u ever cancel GH , I'll never tune in to ABC daytime viewing never, oh and the Katie cerick show omg oprah lost me she started to bore me Katie is plain and dull this is the year 2012, Let's get real, I use to be a loyal viewer since the 80s, ABC u lost me to Fox11. And radio guess what Anderson Cooper show wow I'm tuning in.

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