Saturday, November 03, 2012

Next Week on Anderson Live 11/5/12


Monday, November 5: Kyle Richards ('RHOBH') Co-Hosts, Joran van der Sloot's 'Guardian Angel' Mary Hamer on Her New Book She Co-Wrote with Natalee Holloway's Alleged Killer and "Don't Trust the B in Apt 23" star Krysten Ritter

Tuesday, November 6: Co-Host Keke Palmer ,Election Day, True Crime Tuesday Exclusive: Mom Fights to Free Son from Murder Conviction and Son Speaks Out from Prison

Wednesday, November 7: Co-Host Meghan McCain Anderson Live's' Post-Election Day Special

Thursday, November 8: Co-Host Keke Palmer, Scam Alert: Hidden Camera Investigation on Repair Ripoffs  and Trivia Challenge Rematch: Cheech Marin vs. Anderson

Friday, November 9: Co-Host Iyanla Vanzant weighs in on the latest hot headlines in “The First 15" and uses her no-nonsense approach to help audience members "fix" their lives!



Ratings for the week ending September 21st ~

From Broadcasting and Cable ~
Syndication Ratings: Syndies Stay Steady on Eve of November SweepAll talk rookies, including 'Katie,' flat week to week. (November sweeps started October 25th.)

Syndies largely ran in place in the week ended Oct. 21, in the lull before the start of the November sweep on Oct. 25.

Only one talk show was up for the week, CBS Television Distribution's Dr. Phil, which improved 4% for the week and year to a 2.9 live plus same day household rating. Dr. Phil and NBCUniversal's Steve Wilkos were the only two talk shows to be up compared to last year, with Wilkos adding 8% for the year to a 1.3, although the show fell 7% compared to the prior week.

As for the rest of the talkers, Disney-ABC's Live! with Kelly and Michael held steady at a 2.6 in second place and equaled last year's performance at this time when Regis Philbin was headed into his last month on the show. Warner Bros.' Ellen, which has had the show's strongest start in its ten-year history, dipped 8% to a 2.2, tying Sony's Dr. Oz, which also fell back 8%. NBCU's Maury dropped 5% to a 2.1 in households, although it led among women 18-49 at a 1.4.

CTD's Rachael Ray and The Doctors, and NBCU's Jerry Springer all held firm at a 1.4. Warner Bros.' Anderson Live!, which will end its run after this season, was flat at a 1.1. Debmar-Mercury's Wendy Williams weakened 9% to a 1.0, while the syndicator's Jeremy Kyle remained flat at a 0.5.

All of the rookie talkers stood still for the week. Disney-ABC's Katie remained at a 1.9, its best rating since its 2.0 debut week. NBCU's Steve Harvey stayed at a 1.3, while CTD's Jeff Probst and Twentieth's Ricki Lake both averaged a 0.7, and NBCU's Trisha held at a 0.5.  (Please click on link for full article.)


From USA Today ~
Anderson Cooper talk show canceled

The CNN host's talk show is a victim of the low ratings that have plagued it since its debut in fall 2011. Season to date through Oct. 16, "Anderson" is averaging 1.3 million viewers, down 20 percent from last fall. That compares with 4 million for top-rated "Dr. Phil" and 2.4 million for this season's most-watched newcomer, Katie Couric.  (Please click on link for full article.)

Note: For those interested; in the same week last year, 'Anderson' had a 1.4 HH rating.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

It will become increasingly difficult for Anderson to book good, grade A co-hosts for the remainder of his season.
No one really wants to be on a show that has low viewership and will not be renewed.
He would have been better off if HE was the one who made the decision not to return, but he never thought it could 'happen to him.'
Meghan McCain is the only one worth watching this week.
It will be interesting to hear her post analysis of the election.

ACAnderFan said...

@anonymous 8:20pm I agree that Anderson is going to have a harder time booking decent guests for the show now that its been canceled. Who wants to go on a low rated show that's being canceled? It will be interesting to see what kind of guests they'll be able to book in the future.

Wednesday's show looks absolutely awful. What a waste of airtime. I like Deborah Norville and may watch a little of it to see her. The rest of the show that day I simply don't care about.

I am looking forward to seeing Kyle Richards as his co-hot tomorrow. I think she'll make a good co-host. I like her she's bubbly and likes to have a good time.