TNT's Dallas may not pull in the 10 gallon hat-sized ratings of its 80's era predecessor, but the drama's Season 3 premiere did lasso bigger ratings in important demos over the show's Season 2 bow.
Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots continues to build ratings momentum. The OWN soap opera scored a record-breaking 3.4 million viewers, which made it the most-watched telecast in the series' history. READ MORE
Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots recorded its best ratings in total viewers on January 21, by pulling in 2.84 million total viewers. The episode of the OWN soap was also the No. 1 cable show among women 25-54.
Days of Our Lives continues to bring the ratings heat. The sudser is having its biggest season in total viewers in four years. During the week of January 6-10, DAYS pulled in its highest week-long women 18-49 rating and audience since 2011.
“Days” averaged 688,000 women 18-49 during the week, its biggest audience in that key demo since the week of Nov. 21-25, 2011 (703,000). The 1.1 rating is also “Days” highest since Nov. 21-25, 2011 (1.1). It’s the second week in a row “Days” has attracted its biggest women 18-49 audience since November 2011 – during the prior week, ‘Days’ averaged 669,000 women 18-49, which at that time was the show’s biggest viewership in that demo since Nov. 21-25, 2011. READ MORE
General Hospital continues to score with fans. The January 7 episode pulled in 3.55 million total viewers, making it the most-watched episode since November 12, 2007. READ MORE
The good news just keeps rolling in for daytime soaps. General Hospital and Days of our Lives experienced huge grows in ratings, and now, the CBS soaps are following suit.
The Bold and the Beautiful earned its largest weekly audience since February 29, 2008 with 4.14 million viewers. Meanwhile,The Young and the Restless delivered its best week in viewers since January 1, 2010 with 5.47 million viewers.