Good Kickoffs For ‘Queen’ And ‘Steve’

Queen Latifah syndication debut generated a 1.7 household rating and 5 share, up 31% from its year-ago time slots average and up 21% from its lead-in average. And the season two return of Steve Harvey got the same 1.7/5, up 13% from its year-ago time slots average and up 13% from its lead-in.

Sony Pictures Television’s Queen Latifah got off to a strong start on Monday while NBCUniversal’s hit Steve Harvey had an impressive return to daytime TV.

Queen generated a 1.7 household rating and 5 share, up 31% from its year-ago time slots average and up 21% from its lead-in average, based on Nielsen metered-market ratings for the show’s primary run.

Among women 25-54, Queen Latifah had a 0.9/5, up 80% from year ago and up 29% from its lead in.

On WCBS New York, in households, it had a 2.6/9, up 86% from year ago and up 18% from its lead-in.

Meantime, Steve Harvey also had a 1.7/5 for its second season premiere on Monday. That was up 13% from its year-ago time slots average and up 13% from its lead-in.

Among women 25-54, Steve had a 0.9/6, flat to last year and up 13% from its lead-in average.

BRAND CONNECTIONS

On WNBC New York, the show had a 1.8/5, up 38% from its year-ago time slot average and up 80% from its lead-in.

On WMAQ Chicago, the Chicago-based show had a 1.4/5, up 26% from a year ago and up 75% from its lead-in.

Both shows were preempted in Washington for coverage of yesterday’s shootings at the Navy Yard.


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