The numbers continue to head south for ABC Daytime's The Revolution. Based on the lifestyle/talk hybrid's first week metered market overnight ratings, the program nabbed a dismal 1.5 rating/5 share, reports veteran TV analyst Marc Berman of TV Media Insights.
The Revolution was down 35 percent from One Life to Live in the same timeslot a year ago, when the cancelled sudser nabbed a 2.3/6. As another point of reference, OLTL nabbed a 2.3/7 in households for it's last week on the air.
The Revolution managed to shed an average 25 percent of lead-in The Chew's audience for the week; while General Hospital lead out to match The Chew's 2.0/6 average. Looks like The Revolution is proving to be quite the weak link.
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