The NBCU-distributed conflict talk show gets upgraded in major markets across the country.
Syndicated ‘Trisha’ Renewed For 2nd Season
NBCUniversal Domestic TV Distribution has renewed Trisha Goddard for its second season in national syndication, it was announced today by Barry Wallach, president, NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution.
Since its debut, the one-hour talk show has been upgraded in major markets including Philadelphia, Boston, Detroit, Phoenix and Las Vegas.
Trisha Goddard, which has already been renewed in more than 85% of the U.S. for its second season in national syndication, is executive produced by Paul Faulhaber.
“We are so pleased that our station partners have recognized the success of Trisha and have upgraded the show to higher-profile time periods,” said NBCU’s Wallach. “As we head in to season 2, we expect Trisha to grow and achieve the same success as we have had with our other long-running conflict talk shows.”
In the November 2012 sweep Trisha’s viewership increased 23% vs. its premiere week. Trisha also improved local household time period ratings this past November in New York (+82%), Chicago (+30%), Philadelphia (+66%), San Francisco (+6%), Boston (+62%) and Washington (+44%).