The Fox station group’s new originals, Hollywood Today Live and The Daily Helpline, are posting modest ratings in the first week of their six-week summer tests on select stations.
Fox TV Stations’ new daytime originals, Hollywood Today Live and The Daily Helpline, are posting modest ratings in the first week of their six-week summer tests on select Fox stations.
The entertainment newsmagazine Hollywood Today Live averaged a 0.5 household rating and 2 share in its first four days, an improvement over its 0.4/1 debut on Monday. The show so far is down 50% from its average lead-in and 29% from its year-ago time slots.
Among women 25-54, its four-day average is a 0.3, down 50% from its lead-in and 40% from year ago.
In New York, on WNYW at 11 a.m., Hollywood is averaging a 0.8/3, up from a 0.7 for Warner Bros.’ Bethenny in May. It’s down 60% from its lead-in and down 11% from year ago. Among women 25-54, its 0.7 is up from Bethenny’s 0.6 in May.
In Los Angeles, on KTTV at 1 p.m., it has a 0.4/1, down 33% from its lead-in but up 33% from its time slot average last year.
Hollywood is from BiteSize TV. It originated online and tapes from a glass-enclosed, street-level Hollywood studio with co-hosts Kristen Brockman, AJ Gibson, Tanner Thomason, and Porscha Coleman.
Meantime, the conflict talk show The Daily Helpline with co-hosts Miles Adcox and Spirit has a 0.1 household rating and 0 share, down 66% from its lead-in and down 80% from its year-ago time slot average.