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’s New Daytimers Post Modest Ratings
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.