Monday, February 25: Co-Host Stacy London, 'Revenge' Star Madeleine Stowe and Ripley’s Believe It or Not Stunts
Tuesday, February 26: Co-Host 'RHOA' Star Kenya Moore, Hidden Camera Investigation: 3 Tricks to Catch Liars Red-Handed and 'Top Chef' Finalists
Wednesday, February 27: Co-Host Comedian Heather McDonald, Anderson Live Alert: Real Estate Secrets Exposed and 'Today' show's Al Roker
Thursday, February 28: Co-Host Reality Star La La Anthony, Mom Turned Private Investigator and 'Anderson Live's' Next Great Chocolate Chip
Friday, March 1: Co-Host Actress Vivica A. Fox 'Anderson Live' Alert: How to Avoid Being Scammed on Craigslist and 'Psych' Star Dulé Hill
Ratings for week ended February 10th ~
From Broadcasting Cable:
Syndication Ratings: February Sweeps Come in Like a LionEast Coast blizzard causes preemptions and power outages, but syndie ratings stay mostly up or steady
The first full week of the February sweep was marked by a huge blizzard on the East Coast, causing preemptions and power outages in many markets.
In spite of that, many shows were up or steady as they rolled out their all-original sweep episodes in the week ended Feb. 10.
Among the talk shows, CTD's Dr. Phil grew 3% to a 3.3, matching its season high. The show also remained No. 1 among the key daytime demographic of women 25-54, growing 6% to a 1.9.
In second place, Disney-ABC's Live! with Kelly and Michael held steady for the week at a 2.8. Warner Bros.' Ellen dipped 4% to a 2.7. In fourth place, Sony's Dr. Oz was flat at a 2.6.
NBCU's Maury also was flat at a 2.4, but led the talkers among young women 18-49 and 18-34 with a 1.7 and a 1.5, respectively.
CTD's Rachael Ray, NBCU's Steve Wilkos and Jerry Springer, and CTD's The Doctors all were flat at a 1.6, 1.6, 1.5 and 1.4, respectively.
Debmar-Mercury's Wendy Williams sank 7% to a 1.3. Warner Bros.' Anderson Live, which won't return next year, held firm at a 1.2, while Debmar-Mercury's also-cancelled Jeremy Kyle came in last at an unchanged 0.6.
Among the rookie talkers, Disney-ABC's Katie gave back 5% for the week to a 1.9. NBCU's Steve Harvey remained at its season-high 1.6 for a fifth straight week, just three-tenths behind Katie. The two rookie talk leaders tied among the key women 25-54 demo, each at a 1.0.
CTD's Jeff Probst and Twentieth's Ricki Lake, both of which will end their runs at the end of this season, jumped 14% to a 0.8 to each match their best ratings to date. NBCU's Trisha, which is coming back next year along with Katie and Steve, yielded 17%, or one-tenth of a ratings point, to a 0.5. (Please click on link for full article.)
NOTE: For the same week last year 'Anderson' has a 1.5 HH rating.