Soap Opera Ratings Rise; ‘Katie’ Plunging

Recent reports prove that the soap opera genre is far from endangered. There are four remaining daytime dramas which include ABC’s General Hospital, CBS’s The Bold and the Beautiful and The Young and the Restless, and NBC’s Days of our Lives. Ratings prove that these shows surpass those of the talk shows the replaced the late great soaps from ABC, One Life to Live and All My Children.

General Hospital fans will rejoice at the news that GH reels in more viewers in the target demographic of women age 25-54 than the show it had to move time slot for, Katie Couric. Katie’s ratings aren’t doing as well as anticipated, as General Hospital’s ratings soar. For a full article regarding this topic please click here.

 






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