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Latest Ratings: OLTL/GH see MASSIVE drops! Y&R at all-time low!

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  • Scoopster
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    Looks like perhaps having THE CHEW as lead-in is causing some MAJOR problems for GH/OLTL this week as GH hit some all-time lows as did Y&R on CBS.

    http://www.soapoperanetwork.com/ratings/ratings-yrgh-hit-new-lows-in-multiple-categories

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    Fishbiscuit
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    #419883

    Its getting really close to being OVER!!!!
     

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    eastwest
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    It’s been real GH! See you on the internet.

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    EmmyLoser
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    #419885

    Looking at ratings is so depressing.  ABC won’t like this, but they’ll like it even less when OLTL is off and GH starts sinking even faster by itself.

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    adrianna
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    Just curious how the Chew is doing in ratings?
    I doubt the networks care I read an article in paper today indicating that many of new talk shows average between 1 million and 1.5 million and the networks really dont care anymore seeing they are so cheap to produce.

    GH and OLTL have no other soap competition now I believe? 

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    Scottferguson
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    In my early days in business, one of our “stores” for lack of a better word competed with another store across the street. The competitor closed down – I was happy. My boss said no, usually you don’t want your competition to close – it usually means that what you both sell is becoming less popular.

    AMC’s death was a sign of people running from soaps. The existing ones are going to get no new viewers, and people will drop away. There will likely be none on daytime TV within a few years.

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