‘Drew Barrymore Show’ Ratings Up 60% Over Last Year After Format Change

The move to cut The Drew Barrymore Show from an hourlong format to two half-hour segments has paid off for the syndicated talk show, which saw a 60% boost in ratings from this time last year. The daytime talk show that debuted in September 2020 saw the sharpest annual increase of any syndicated show, with a live-plus-same-day national Nielsen rating of 0.8 for the week ending Oct. 9.

Drew Barrymore Finally Found Her Perfect Role: Herself

With The Drew Barrymore Show, the former child star gets to shape her own narrative. In its two seasons, the syndicated show has proved to be a chaotic mishmash of daytime television antics and unexpectedly moving moments.

CTD Reminds Viewers Why They Love Drew

The Barrymore-hosted talker to debut live on Sept. 14 despite COVID-19. Going live wasn’t in the show’s initial plans, but that changed. Like all other talk shows in the age of COVID-19, there won’t be an in-studio audience, only a minimal crew adhering to strict safety procedures.

‘Drew Barrrymore’ Sets Pre-Launch Digital Look

The actress kicks-off the launch of TheDrewBarrymoreShow.com with a special video message announcing her upcoming full digital lineup including docuseries The Making Of The Drew Barrymore Show, The Art of the Interview, Drew’s Cookbook Club and Drew’s Movie Nite.