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Ratings for the week September 26-30, 2005

(Compared to Last Week/Compared to Last Year)

Total Viewers

1. Y&R 5,008,000 (-276,000/-151,000)

2. B&B 3,990,000 (-154,000/+363,000)

3. DAYS 3,264,000 (-41,000/-284,000)

4. GH 3,225,000 (+168,000/-317,000)

5. ATWT 3,178,000 (+15,000/-49,000)

6. AMC 3,042,000 (+168,000/-438,000)

7. OLTL 3,006,000 (+4,000/+71,000)

8. GL 2,718,000 (+17,000/+69,000)

9. PSNS 2,117,000 (+90,000/-208,000)

HH

1. Y&R 4.0/15 (-.1/-.1)

2. B&B 3.2/11 (same/+.2)

3. GH 2.7/9 (+.1/-.3)

4. DAYS 2.6/9 (same/-.3)

4. ATWT 2.6/9 (+.1/+.1)

4. AMC 2.6/9 (+.1/-.2)

4. OLTL 2.6/9 (same/+.1)

8. GL 2.2/7 (+.1/+.1)

9. PSNS 1.6/6 (same/-.3)

Women 18-49 Viewers

1. DAYS 1,211,000 (-25,000/-340,000)

2. Y&R 1,199,000 (-88,000/-282,000)

3. GH 1,141,000 (+31,000/-162,000)

4. OLTL 1,075,000 (-46,000/-48,000)

5. AMC 1,060,000 (-61,000/-231,000)

6. B&B 1,013,000 (-40,000/-52,000)

7. PSNS 864,000 (-14,000/-190,000)

8. ATWT 758,000 (+30,000/-148,000)

9. GL 638,000 (-89,000/-130,000)

Women 18-49 Rating

1. Y&R 1.8/13 (-.2/-.5) <-------- new low rating

1. DAYS 1.8/12 (-.1/-.6)

3. GH 1.7/11 (same/-.3) <------ ties low rating

4. AMC 1.6/11 (-.1/-.4) <------- ties low rating

4. OLTL 1.6/11 (-.1/-.1) <------- ties low rating

6. B&B 1.5/10 (-.1/-.1)

7. PSNS 1.3/9 (same/-.3)

8. ATWT 1.2/8 (+.1/-.2)

9. GL 1.0/6 (-.1/-.2) <--------- ties low rating

Girls 12-17 Viewers

1. GH 82,000 (+22,000/+40,000)

2. OLTL 81,000 (+38,000/+60,000)

3. PSNS 41,000 (-5,000/-27,000)

4. DAYS 39,000 (-37,000/-15,000)

5. AMC 35,000 (+18,000/+21,000)

6. GL 29,000 (+14,000/-2,000)

7. Y&R 24,000 (-2,000/-25,000)

8. B&B 13,000 (+3,000/-16,000)

9. ATWT 12,000 (-2,000/-13,000)

Women 18-34 Rating

1. DAYS 2.0/13 (-.2/-.8)

2. PSNS 1.6/11 (-.2-.3)

3. Y&R 1.3/10 (-.2/-.2)

4. B&B 1,2/8 (same/+.2)

4. AMC 1.2/8 (-.1/-.3)

4. GH 1.2/8 (same/-.4)

4. OLTL 1.2/8 (same/-.2)

8. ATWT 1.0/6 (+.1/-.1)

9. GL 0.9/6 (-.2/-.1)

Men 18+ Viewers

1. Y&R 1,155,000 (-125,000/+10,000)

2. B&B 861,000 (-129,000/+179,000)

3. DAYS 609,000 (+42,000/-153,000)

4. ATWT 585,000 (-38,000/+6,000)

5. AMC 570,000 (+93,000/-90,000)

6. GL 514,000 (-5,000/+68,000)

7. GH 497,000 (+70,000/-79,000)

8. PSNS 419,000 (+17,000/-111,000)

9. OLTL 414,000 (-30,000/-72,000)

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Day-To-Day Ratings - HH/Total Viewers

AMC

Monday: 2.8/3,375,000

Tuesday: 2.7/3,027,000

Wednesday: 2.5/2,986,000

Thursday: 2.5/2,930,000

Friday: 2.4/2,894,000

ATWT

Monday: 2.7/3,325,000

Tuesday: 2.7/3,307,000

Wednesday: 2.4/3,016,000

Thursday: 2.6/3,086,000

Friday: 2.3/3,143,000

B&B

Monday: 3.4/4,287,000

Tuesday: 3.2/4,087,000

Wednesday: 3.1/3,822,000

Thursday: 3.1/3,763,000

Friday: 3.0/3,994,000

DAYS

Monday: 2.7/3,426,000

Tuesday: 2.6/3,439,000

Wednesday: 2.7/3,438,000

Thursday: 2.5/3,199,000

Friday: 2.3/2,817,000

GH

Monday: 2.9/3,413,000

Tuesday: 2.8/3,277,000

Wednesday: 2.6/3,075,000

Thursday: 2.7/3,209,000

Friday: 2.5/3,149,000

GL

Monday: 2.4/2,973,000

Tuesday: 2.4/2,988,000

Wednesday: 2.0/2,610,000

Thursday: 2.0/2,442,000

Friday: 2.0/2,577,000

OLTL

Monday: 2.8/3,238,000

Tuesday: 2.7/3,002,000

Wednesday: 2.5/2,869,000

Thursday: 2.5/2,945,000

Friday: 2.5/2,978,000

PSNS

Monday: 1.7/2,259,000

Tuesday: 1.7/2,231,000

Wednesday: 1.8/2,207,000

Thursday: 1.5/1,904,000

Friday: 1.5/1,987,000

Y&R

Monday: 4.2/5,347,000

Tuesday: 4.1/5,327,000

Wednesday: 3.9/4,817,000

Thursday: 3.9/4,807,000

Friday: 3.7/4,744,000

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For the SEASON September 19, 2005 through October 2, 2005

HH

1. Y&R 4.0

2. B&B 3.2

3. DAYS 2.6

3. GH 2.6

3. OLTL 2.6

6. AMC 2.5

6. ATWT 2.5

8. GL 2.2

9. PSNS 1.6

Women 18-49 Rating

1. Y&R 1.9

1. DAYS 1.9

3. GH 1.7

3. AMC 1.7

3. OLTL 1.7

6. B&B 1.6

7. PSNS 1.3

8. ATWT 1.1

9. GL 1.0

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NBC Ratings Report

'DAYS OF OUR LIVES' HITS ITS HIGHEST RANKING SINCE APRIL, TYING FOR #1 FOR THE DAYTIME WEEK AND SEASON AMONG WOMEN 18-49

Published: October 6, 2005

'DAYS' ALSO RANKS #1 OUTRIGHT AMONG WOMEN 18-34, 'PASSIONS' IS #2 IN THIS VALUABLE DEMO

NBC DAYTIME WINS THE SEPT. 26-30 WEEK AMONG WOMEN 18-49, MAKING IT THREE STRAIGHT AND SEVEN OF 11 WEEKS AT #1 OR TIED FOR #1

BURBANK, Calif. -- October 6, 2005 -- NBC Daytime has won the Sept. 26-30 week among women 18-49, marking the third week in a row and seventh time in 11 weeks NBC has finished #1 or tied for #1 in daytime's key demographic. In the valuable women 18-34 category, NBC was #1 for the 298th straight week.

"Days of our Lives" (1.8 rating, 12 share among women 18-49, 2.0/13 among women 18-34) tied for #1 for the week among women 18-49. This is the highest ranking for "Days of our Lives" in five months (since the week of April 25-29). "Days" was also #1 last week among women 18-34 for the 522nd time in 529 weeks (including ties).

For the week of Sept. 26-30, "Passions" (1.3/9 among women 18-49, 1.6/11 among women 18-34) tied for #7 in the women 18-49 race and was #2 outright in the women 18-34 category.

Two weeks into the 2005-06 television season, NBC is tied for #1 among women 18-49 and is #1 outright among women 18-34. "Days" is tied for #1 in the women 18-49 race and is #1 outright among women 18-34. "Passions" is tied for #7 among women 18-49 and is #2 outright in the women 18-34 category.

According to in-home viewing figures from Nielsen Media Research for the week of Sept. 26-30, averages among women 18-49 were: NBC a 1.6 rating, 10 share; ABC, 1.5/11; CBS, 1.3/9. Women 18-34 averages for the week were: NBC, 1.8/12; ABC, 1.1/8; CBS, 1.0/7. In total viewers, averages for the week were: CBS, 3.9 million; ABC, 3.0 million; NBC, 2.7 million.

For the season (first two weeks), averages among women 18-49 are: NBC, 1.6/10; ABC, 1.6/10; CBS, 1.3/9. Women 18-34 averages for the season are: NBC, 1.9/12; ABC, 1.1/8; CBS, 1.0/7. In total viewers, averages for the season are: CBS, 4.0 million; ABC, 2.9 million; NBC, 2.7 million.

ABC Ratings Report

CBS Ratings Report

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Toups, the NBC Release is out...

FAST FACTS FROM IT:

Household 9/26

CBS: 3.9 (Last Week 4.0)...18-49: 1.3/09 (-.1)

ABC: 3.0 (Last Week 2.9)...18-49: 1.5/11 (-.1)

NBC: 2.7 (Last Week 2.7)...18-49: 1.6/10 (SA)

Women 18-49

1.(2) DOOL 1.8/12 (-.1) (It's tied for the spot)

7.(7) PAS 1.3/09 (SA)

Women 18-34

1.(1) DOOL 2.0/13 (-.2)

2.(2) PAS 1.6/11 (-.2)

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Yeah for Days...Glad they are tied for 1st in the demo...The show has been great lately, and i'm glad they are seeing improvements in their ratings..they deserve it..

I'm happy for DAYS too. I love Austin's return, I'm waiting for Carrie's entrance back into Salem too. I loved watching Belle become a mother. I adore the combo of Mimi and Shawn. I really, really, REALLY love how the writers have gradually moved Belle from Shawn to her military hero husband as they moved Mimi from Rex closer to Shawn as Shawn moved away from Belle. NOW THAT'S WRITING! That's how you END a triangle.

Bravo!

I'm so excited to see what happens with "Roman" and the other Roman.

Bravo! Bravo! Bravo!

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Well i don't consider it a bad thing when most of the other soaps dropped also...I"m just happy to see them around the top of the heap....as opposed to in the middle or at the bottom..

True Kev but GH surpased them. And Days had Sami's big wedding and revelation that she was Stan. The numbers did not go up in 19-49. They went down. And their total viewers dropped too. Plus, the HH ratings didnt budge one bit.

Even AMC tied them for HH ratings. :lol: Which has been bad lately.

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