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Very surprised that the two hurricanes didn't have a negative impact.  About 6-8 million people in Florida were without power and the ratings go up?  I don't get it but glad to see the gains.

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1 hour ago, Soapsuds said:

B&B last in 18-49 demo....truly deserved!!

About more than a Million+ more viewers than the other bottom feeders and still - last in key demos.  TONK TONK TONK.  The gain in viewers are everyone 50 and older.  Who must share TV's. 

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3 hours ago, Fevuh said:

About more than a Million+ more viewers than the other bottom feeders and still - last in key demos.  TONK TONK TONK.  The gain in viewers are everyone 50 and older.  Who must share TV's. 

I want to know the median ages for viewers of these shows nowadays. They've got to be inching toward 70, if they aren't already there already.

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Well this is three weeks of increased ratings for DAYS. Thats awesome news as Ron is finally seeing results. Its been 2 months and most of the first months were getting out of Higley hell. Do u all think Ron is doing better without Frank Valentini? Ron is working with Albert Alarr mostly.

 

 Yeah GH went up cant wait to see the Burton effect. Mostly just cant wait to see how Shelly and Chris work as a team.

 

YR going up is a good thing. Honestly wr have to.wait until end of October for Mals first episodes. Sally is almost off thank god she was so dull.

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That's twice recently it seems episodes didn't count for B&B and Y&R, whereas the numbers would be higher.

 

Good for Days' continued increases, although admittedly I haven't been a big fan of the Doppelganger storyline--it's entertaining at the least I suppose, but not must-c tv for me.

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