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Friday, December 21: Co-Host Actress Leslie Mann, Paul Rudd, Judd Apatow & Cast of 'This is 40"
From Broadcasting & Cable:
Talk shows were mixed as some programs headed into repeats after the November sweep. CTD's Dr. Phil remained the top talker, off 6% from the prior week but still up 3% from last year to a 3.1. Dr. Phil also added 13% from the same week last year among women 25-54 to a first-place 1.8 in the key daytime demo.
Warner Bros.' Ellen held steady for the week and climbed 4% from last year to a 2.6, tying Disney-ABC's Live! with Kelly and Michael, which added 4% for the week. Live! also earned its highest women 25-54 ratings since 2007, averaging a 1.6 season-to-date. NBCU's Maury improved 4% for the week and year to a 2.4, tying Sony's Dr. Oz, which improved 4% for the week. Maury remained in the lead among the younger female demos, leading in women 18-34 with a 1.3 and women 18-49 with a 1.5.
NBCU's Steve Wilkos held steady at its series-high 1.5 for a fourth straight week, while jumping 15% from last year, talk's largest year-to-year gain.
CTD's The Doctors was flat at a 1.4, tying NBCU's Jerry Springer, which dropped 7%. CTD's Rachael Ray, in repeats, dropped 19% to a new season-low 1.3. Debmar-Mercury's Wendy Williams gained 9% to hit a new season-high 1.2. Warner Bros.' Anderson Live!, was not live but in repeats all week, dropping 9% from the prior week to a 1.0. Debmar-Mercury's Jeremy Kyle was flat at a 0.6.
Among the rookie talkers, Disney-ABC's Katie, in repeats, declined 6% to a 1.7. Meanwhile, NBCU's Steve Harvey had its best week yet, surging 15% to a new series-high 1.5, the biggest weekly increase of any talk show. CTD's Jeff Probst equaled its previous series high with a 14% improvement for the week to a 0.8. Twentieth's Ricki Lake dropped 13% for the week to a 0.7. NBCU's Trisha Goddard was steady at a 0.5. Please click on link for the full article.
NOTE: For the same week last season "Anderson" had a 1.4 HH rating.