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Ratings for the week October 17-21, 2005

(Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)

Total Viewers

1. Y&R 5,357,000 (-145,000/+145,000)

2. B&B 4,243,000 (-24,000/+397,000)

3. GH 3,376,000 (-1,000/-311,000)

4. ATWT 3,366,000 (-54,000/-24,000)

5. OLTL 3,097,000 (-99,000/+17,000)

6. AMC 3,028,000 (-78,000/-385,000)

7. DAYS 2,968,000 (-200,000/-443,000)

8. GL 2,940,000 (-1,000/+131,000)

9. PSNS 2,039,000 (-34,000/-484,000)

HH

1. Y&R 4.2/15 (-.1/same)

2. B&B 3.3/11 (same/+.2)

3. GH 2.8/9 (same/-.3)

4. ATWT 2.6/9 (same/-.1)

4. OLTL 2.6/9 (same/same)

6. AMC 2.5/9 (-.1/-.3)

7. DAYS 2.4/8 (-.1/-.4) <----- ties low rating

8. GL 2.3/8 (same/+.1)

9. PSNS 1.6/6 (-.1/-.4)

Women 18-49 Viewers

1. Y&R 1,430,000 (+143,000/+25,000)

2. GH 1,285,000 (+36,000/-173,000)

3. OLTL 1,160,000 (-58,000/+12,000)

4. B&B 1,131,000 (+106,000/+68,000)

5. DAYS 1,096,000 (-129,000/-352,000)

6. AMC 1,066,000 (-83,000/-251,000)

7. ATWT 914,000 (+87,000/+4,000)

8. PSNS 849,000 (+33,000/-325,000)

9. GL 785,000 (+18,000/-33,000)

Women 18-49 Rating

1. Y&R 2.2/15 (+.2/+.1)

2. GH 2.0/12 (+.1/-.2)

3. OLTL 1.8/11 (-.1/same)

4. DAYS 1.7/11 (-.2/-.5)

4. B&B 1.7/11 (+.1/+.1)

6. AMC 1.6/11 (-.2/-.4) <----- ties low rating

7. ATWT 1.4/9 (+.1/same)

8. PSNS 1.3/8 (+.1/-.5)

9. GL 1.2/7 (same/same)

Girls 12-17 Viewers

1. GH 60,000 (+5,000/+8,000)

2. PSNS 46,000 (-13,000/-48,000)

3. DAYS 45,000 (-25,000/-9,000)

3. Y&R 45,000 (+5,000/+32,000)

5. OLTL 43,000 (-19,000/+24,000)

6. AMC 40,000 (same/+22,000)

7. GL 26,000 (-4,000/(+14,000)

8. B&B 25,000 (-5,000/+21,000)

9. ATWT 14,000 (-4,000/+12,000)

Women 18-34 Rating

1. Y&R 1.9/13 (+.4/+.5)

2. DAYS 1.8/12 (-.3/-.7)

3. PSNS 1.6/10 (+.1/-.5)

4. GH 1.4/9 (-.1/-.3)

5. B&B 1.3/9 (+.1/+.2)

5. OLTL 1.3/8 (-.1/same)

7. ATWT 1.2/8 (+.2/same)

8. AMC 1.1/7 (-.1/-.1)

9. GL 1.0/7 (+.1/-.2)

Men 18+ Viewers

1. Y&R 1,113,000 (-154,000/-127,000)

2. B&B 865,000 (-40,000/+47,000)

3. ATWT 646,000 (-4,000/-38,000)

4. DAYS 620,000 (+4,000/-104,000)

5. GL 550,000 (+4,000/+14,000)

6. AMC 548,000 (-58,000/-100,000)

7. GH 516,000 (-9,000/-91,000)

8. PSNS 444,000 (-6,000/-74,000)

9. OLTL 419,000 (-34,000/-128,000)

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Day-To-Day Ratings - HH/Total Viewers

AMC

Monday: 2.5/2,980,000

Tuesday: 2.6/3,096,000

Wednesday: 2.4/2,961,000

Thursday: 2.6/3,101,000

Friday: 2.6/3,002,000

ATWT

Monday: 2.6/3,461,000

Tuesday: 2.6/3,384,000

Wednesday: 2.7/3,437,000

Thursday: 2.6/3,220,000

Friday: 2.6/3,325,000

B&B

Monday: 3.4/4,499,000

Tuesday: 3.2/4,072,000

Wednesday: 3.3/4,438,000

Thursday: 3.3/4,091,000

Friday: 3.2/4,114,000

DAYS

Monday: 2.5/2,995,000

Tuesday: 2.3/2,872,000

Wednesday: 2.4/3,029,000

Thursday: 2.2/2,720,000

Friday: 2.5/3,224,000

GH

Monday: 3.0/3,743,000

Tuesday: 2.7/3,146,000

Wednesday: 2.7/3,435,000

Thursday: 2.8/3,320,000

Friday: 2.7/3,237,000

GL

Monday: 2.3/2,951,000

Tuesday: 2.3/2,939,000

Wednesday: 2.1/2,776,000

Thursday: 2.3/2,921,000

Friday: 2.5/3,112,000

OLTL

Monday: 2.6/3,184,000

Tuesday: 2.6/3,077,000

Wednesday: 2.6/3,150,000

Thursday: 2.6/3,024,000

Friday: 2.5/3,048,000

PSNS

Monday: 1.6/1,988,000

Tuesday: 1.7/2,106,000

Wednesday: 1.6/1,963,000

Thursday: 1.6/1,982,000

Friday: 1.7/2,156,000

Y&R

Monday: 4.2/5,447,000

Tuesday: 4.1/5,340,000

Wednesday: 4.1/5,431,000

Thursday: 4.2/5,255,000

Friday: 4.1/5,314,000

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For the SEASON September 19, 2005 through October 23, 2005

HH

1. Y&R 4.1

2. B&B 3.2

3. GH 2.7

4. OLTL 2.6

4. ATWT 2.6

6. DAYS 2.5

6. AMC 2.5

8. GL 2.2

9. PSNS 1.6

Women 18-49 Rating

1. Y&R 2.0

2. DAYS 1.8

3. GH 1.8

4. AMC 1.7

4. OLTL 1.7

6. B&B 1.6

7. PSNS 1.3

8. ATWT 1.2

9. GL 1.1

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NBC Ratings Report

ABC Ratings Report

Fringe Ratings Report: ABC Daytime Programming

Week of October 17-21, 2005

ABC DAYTIME DRAMA LINEUP RANKS NO. 1 FOR THE 41st-STRAIGHT WEEK,

ITS LONGEST WINNING STREAK SINCE THE ONE ENDING JUNE 2000,

AND IS NO. 1 SEASON TO DATE AMONG WOMEN 18-49

ABC’S FULL DAYTIME LINEUP RANKS NO. 1 FOR THE THIRD-STRAIGHT WEEK AND RANKS NO. 1* SEASON TO DATE AMONG WOMEN 18-49

ABC DAYTIME SHOWS GROWTH VERSUS LAST YEAR IN BOTH THE FULL

AND DRAMAS LINEUPS AMONG FEMALE TEENS

AMONG WOMEN 18-49 AND WOMEN 18-34, “THE VIEW” BEATS

TIME PERIOD RIVAL “THE PRICE IS RIGHT”

“GENERAL HOSPITAL” SCORES ITS BEST DELIVERY SINCE JULY 2005 AMONG WOMEN 18-49

“GENERAL HOSPITAL” OUTPERFORMED ITS TIME PERIOD COMPETITOR,

CBS’ “GUIDING LIGHT,” BY 64% AMONG WOMEN 18-49 FOR THE WEEK

AND BY 60% SEASON TO DATE

“ONE LIFE TO LIVE” OUTPERFORMED ITS TIME PERIOD COMPETITOR,

CBS’ “AS THE WORLD TURNS,” BY 27% AMONG WOMEN 18-49

FOR THE WEEK AND BY 41% SEASON TO DATE

ABC DAYTIME WON THE 1-3PM TIME PERIOD (ONLY TWO HOURS NBC PROGRAMS)

FOR THE 41ST-STRAIGHT WEEK*, BEATING NBC BY 14% IN ACTUALS AMONG WOMEN 18-49, THE NETWORK’S LONGEST WINNING STREAK SINCE THE STREAK ENDING NOV. 2001

Week of October 17-21, 2005

ABC’s Daytime drama lineup was No. 1 for the 41st-straight week among Women 18-49, ABC’s longest winning streak since the one ending June 2000, with a 1.8 rating and a 11 share -- delivering 1.2 million Women 18-49 for the week of October 17-21, 2005. ABC’s Daytime drama lineup outperformed CBS’ by 11% and NBC’s by 20% in actuals among Women 18-49. Among Female Teens, the drama lineup was up 60% versus last year.

ABC’s full Daytime schedule was No. 1 among Women 18-49, with a 1.7 rating and an 11 share — delivering an average audience of 1.1 million Women 18-49. ABC outperformed CBS by 9% and NBC by 12% in actuals among Women 18-49. Among Female Teens, ABC’s full lineup was up 58% versus last year. During the 1-3pm time period (the only two hours NBC programs), ABC scored its 41st-straight victory (including ties), ABC’s longest winning streak since the streak that ended in November 2001, with a 1.7 rating and an 11 share, delivering 1.1 million Women 18-49, beating NBC by 14% in actuals.

ABC delivered three of the top six daytime programs and won three of four time periods this week among Women 18-49:

· “The View” delivered a 1.3 rating and a 10 share – delivering an average audience of 840,000 Women 18-49. The talker outperformed the combined half-hours of “The Price is Right” by 6% and “Guiding Light” by 7%. Among Women 18-49, the talker was up 2% versus the prior week and had its best performance in a month. Among Women 18-34, “The View” was up 16% versus the prior week and had its best performance since August 2005, while beating the combined half-hours of “The Price is Right” by 8%. Among Female Teens, “The View” was up 38% versus last year.

· “General Hospital” was the No. 2-ranked program, scoring its best delivery since July 2005, with a 2.0 rating and a 12 share -- delivering 1.3 million Women 18-49. “General Hospital” was up 3% versus the prior week among Women 18-49. The drama outdelivered its time period rival, “Guiding Light,” by 64% for the week and is outdelivering the drama by 60% season to date among Women 18-49. Among Female Teens, the drama was up 9% versus the prior week and 15% last year.

· “One Life to Live” was the No. 3-ranked program of the week, with a 1.8 rating and an 11 share – delivering 1.2 million Women 18-49. The drama was up 1% versus last year among Women 18-49. Additionally, “OLTL” outperformed time period competitors “As the World Turns” by 27% and “Passions” by 37% for the week, and for the season the drama is outperforming “As the World Turns” by 41% and “Passions” by 33% among Women 18-49. Among Female Teens, the drama was up 38% versus last year.

· “All My Children” was the No. 6-ranked program, with a 1.6 rating and an 11 share – delivering 1.1 million Women 18-49. Among Female Teens, the drama was up 122% versus last year.

Season to date, ABC Daytime’s drama lineup ranks No. 1, with a 1.7 rating and an 11 share — delivering 1.1 million Women 18-49 – outperforming CBS by 18% and NBC by 12% in actuals. In the full lineup, ABC Daytime is No. 1*, with a 1.6 rating (* tied with NBC) and an 11 share – delivering 1.1 million Women 18-49, outperforming CBS by 15% and NBC by 4% in actuals.

Following are the Daytime drama and full Daytime ratings averages for the week:

DAYTIME DRAMAS: TOTAL VIEWERS WOMEN 18-49

No. 1 CBS 3,940,000 No. 1 ABC 1.8/11

No. 2 ABC 3,170,000 No. 2 CBS 1.6/10

No. 3 NBC 2,500,000 No. 3 NBC 1.5/9

FULL DAYTIME: TOTAL VIEWERS WOMEN 18-49

No. 1 CBS 4,110,000 No. 1 ABC 1.7/11

No. 2 ABC 3,080,000 No. 2 CBS 1.5/10

No. 3 NBC 2,500,000 NBC 1.5/9

CBS Ratings Report

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I am really glad that GH went up. The show is getting good!

As for Days, wasn't last week the whole rolling stones premier video?

Kinda shock DAYS didn't even stay the same, its going to be scary to see what sweeps bring fo this show.

Days is in some serioulsy trouble if it doesn't start to rise!

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Yikes what happened to/on DAYS? It's been a while since 2.4!

And dag no payoff in the ratings for AMC's big-three reveal week. I actually don't mind that at all, makes me raise a bit of an evil smirk, heh.

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I think DAYS is good enough right now that the ratings don't even matter, LOL!! Who knows how long it will be before it enters boring-ville again... Savor what you got!!

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Not the greatest week, but not awful either (except for DAYS). I am surprised that GH maintained the most viewers of the 3 ABC soaps, especially with such climatic weeks for AMC and OLTL. I am glad to see OLTL hang on to 4th. Its been great!

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I guess those Neilsen watchers don't like the new stories on DAYS?

It's just a matter of time before the show goes back to Goth/Sci-Fi style that brings the ratings :(

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Whoa, what happened on DAYS? -200,000 in viewers and not even first place in 18-34 demo? It´s probably all these angry Shelle fans who decided to tune out last week, when Mimi/Shawn started really bond. I quess Shelle are popular after all, they had the same effect on ratings like John/Marlena fans when John slept with Kate and Marlena with Roman. I´m really sorry for Reilly because it seems storylines he enjoys to write aren´t the ones viewers enjoy to watch. Anyway, I´m really interested what NBC´s spin machine will do with the ratings report. There is nothing to brag about.

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Whoa, what happened on DAYS? -200,000 in viewers and not even first place in 18-34 demo? It´s probably all these angry Shelle fans who decided to tune out last week, when Mimi/Shawn started really bond. I quess Shelle are popular after all, they had the same effect on ratings like John/Marlena fans when John slept with Kate and Marlena with Roman. I´m really sorry for Reilly because it seems storylines he enjoys to write aren´t the ones viewers enjoy to watch. Anyway, I´m really interested what NBC´s spin machine will do with the ratings report. There is nothing to brag about.

It depends on your point of view, I think. Last week you had Belle's mini breakdown, Shimi getting closer, Lucas and Sophie, more Jack dying, more Alex and Marlena (no movement there), Austin's new business, and lots of Sami/Austin.

If you don't like these s/l's, then why bother watching.

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It depends on your point of view, I think. Last week you had Belle's mini breakdown, Shimi getting closer, Lucas and Sophie, more Jack dying, more Alex and Marlena (no movement there), Austin's new business, and lots of Sami/Austin.

If you don't like these s/l's, then why bother watching.

ITA.

As good as these storylines are. They aren't pleasing any fanbases. They are really screwing over ever fanbase out there in one way or form. There is no couple happy on the show, besides Bo and Hope.

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