Monday, Nov. 12
Kelly Osbourne and Kandi Buruss
Kelly Osbourne from E!’s FASHION POLICE returns as co-host to tackle the latest stories making headlines. Then, reality star and songwriter Kandi Buruss stops by to discuss her upcoming projects.
Tuesday, Nov. 13
Jane Velez-Mitchell and Nick Cannon
Television journalist Jane Velez Mitchell sounds off on the latest headlines with Anderson. Plus, Nick Cannon (Love Don’t Cost a Thing) opens up about family life with wife Mariah Carey and their twins Moroccan and Monroe.
Wednesday, Nov. 14
Andy Cohen and Adam Levine
Television personality Andy Cohen co-hosts with Anderson and gives his take on the latest stories. Then, Grammy Award®-winner and Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine from THE VOICE reveals his guilty pleasure and gets a surprise from Anderson.
Thursday, Nov. 15
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi from MTV’S JERSEY SHORE discusses the final season of the reality series and life as a new mom.
Emmy Award®-winning news anchor Cynné Simpson weighs in on the latest headlines with Anderson.
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Ratings for the week ended October 28th ~
From Broadcasting and Cable:
Syndication Ratings: Syndies Steady Headed Into November SweepsShows shrug off preemptions due to third Presidential debate, World Series
Syndies held up in the week ending Oct. 28, even though it was a busy week for television, with the third presidential debate on Oct. 22, the World Series on Oct. 24, 25, 27 and 28, and the kick-off of the November sweep on Oct. 25.
CBS Television Distribution's Dr. Phil, which has been the top talker every week this season, advanced 3% for the week and the year to a 3.0 live plus same day household rating, according to Nielsen Media Research. Only two other veteran shows grew for the week and the year: Warner Bros.' Ellen, on track for its highest-rated season ever, and NBCUniversal's Steve Wilkos.
Disney-ABC's Live! with Kelly and Michael stayed steady in second place, dipping 4% from the prior week to a 2.5. Ellen added 9% from the prior week and 4% from last year to a 2.4. Sony's Dr. Oz inched up 5% for the week to a 2.3, although the show is down 18 % from last October. NBCU's Maury held firm at a 2.1.
Wilkos was up 8% for the week and year to a 1.4, tying CTD's Rachael Ray and The Doctors, both of which were flat. NBCU's Jerry Springer slipped 7% to a 1.3. Warner Bros.' Anderson Live!, which will end its run after this season, was unchanged at a 1.1. Debmar-Mercury's Wendy Williams and Jeremy Kyle each were flat at a 1.0 and 0.5, respectively.
The rookie talkers were largely steady for the week. Disney-ABC's Katie remained at a 1.9 for the third week in a row. NBCU's Steve Harvey was the only rookie to lose ground, dropping 8% to a 1.2. CTD's Jeff Probst and Twentieth's Ricki Lake both were stable at a 0.7, while NBCU's Trisha held at a 0.5. (please click on link for full article)
NOTE: For those interested; in the same week last year, 'Anderson' had a 1.3 HH rating.