Nielsen results from the week of March 26th show further erosion for ABC's two new talk shows, The Chew and The Revolution, the replacements for All My Children and One Life to Live.
The Chew drew 2.21 million viewers, a slight uptick from the previous week, but still quite a bit fewer than the year-to-year comparison with All My Children from 2011, 2.38 million. In total viewers, The Chew is 7% below AMC, but 18% behind in women 25-54 and 25% behind in women 18-49 and 18-34. Both are important demographics for daytime, as you might imagine.
At The Revolution the news is much worse. It tied with its previous series low at 1.32 million viewers (the same number as the previous week), almost half as many as One Life to Live at this time last year, which was 2.57 million. Among women 18-49, there was a 60% loss and among women 18-34, a 67% drop. That's pretty bad.