Which rebounded 6% for the week
13 October, 2012 at 6:11 am in Buy & Sell
CBS Television Distribution's Entertainment Ymcmb Snapback Tonight hit its best ratings in seven weeks 1237813ret , gaining 6% for the week and 3% for the year to a 3.6 live plus same day household rating, according to Nielsen Media Research. CTD's Inside Edition improved 7% for both the week and the year to a 3.0. NBCUniversal's Access Hollywood added 6% in both measures to a 1.8, tying Warner Bros.' TMZ, which rebounded 6% for the week but was flat year to year. CTD's The Insider and Warner Bros.' Extra both improved 7% for the week to a 1.5.Most of the talk shows were in repeats, and that was reflected in talk's low ratings. CTD's Dr. Phil gave back 4% from the prior week to a new season-low 2.3, tying NBCUniversal's summer favorite Maury, which was flat, and Sony's Dr. Oz, which added 5%. Disney-ABC's Live! Yums Snapback Hats with Kelly fell 4% to a 2.2. Warner Bros.'
Ellen lost 7% to a 1.6. CTD's 47 Brand Snapback The Doctors held firm at a 1.5. CTD's Rachael Ray receded 7% to a 1.4. NBCU's Jerry Springer had talk's biggest decline for the week, eroding 13% to a 1.3, and tying fellow conflict talker NBCU's Steve Wilkos, which added 8%. Debmar-Mercury's Wendy Williams dropped to a new season low, sinking 11% to a 0.8.Warner Bros.' Bethenny wrapped the six-week test that began on June 11, notching a 43% household rating over its July 2011 time periods and averaging a 1.0 rating/3 share. Among the key female demos, Bethenny added 80% to a 0.9/6 among the key women 25-54 demo, 100% to a 0.8/6 among women 18-49 and 75% to a 0.7/5 among women 18-34 on Fox stations in six metered markets.Among the nationally rated rookies, Warner Bros.' Anderson dipped 8% to a 1.1. Debmar-Mercury's Jeremy Kyle and Entertainment Studios' We the People were unchanged at a 0.5 and 0.4, respectively.Elsewhere, CTD's late-night dating show, Excused, Wholesale Snapback Hats added 40% to a 0.7, the show's highest rating in four weeks and the largest week-to-week increase of any first-run strip.