“We’ve been waiting for you to get one, but you didn’t get one, so I went down to the store, and look what we found for you,” Rose said as he presented King with her iPhone on “CBS This Morning” Wednesday. “We’ll have a tutorial for you.” Watch:
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As ABC’s “Good Morning America” widens the lead over NBC’s “Today,” the show celebrates a new milestone. Last weekend, for the first time since the show expanded to include both weekend days in 2004, both the Saturday and Sunday editions of “GMA” beat the corresponding editions of “Today.”
“GMA” topped “Today” on Saturday and Sunday in both ratings measurements, coming in first on Saturday and second, behind ratings stalwart “CBS Sunday Morning,” on Sunday. On Saturday, “GMA” won by +300,000 Total Viewers and +100,000 A25-54 viewers. On Sunday, during “Today’”s celebration of the weekend show’s 25th anniversary, “GMA” won by +140,000 Total Viewers and +38,000 A25-54 viewers.
“We have a small, scrappy, happy team and it’s nice to do well,” weekend “GMA” anchor Dan Harris told TVNewser this week. “We definitely respect our competitors and don’t take anything for granted.”
Numbers for Saturday, September 15:
- Total Viewers: ABC: 3.42M / NBC: 3.12M / CBS: 1.59M
- A25-54 viewers: ABC: 1.19M / NBC: 1.09M / CBS: 517K
Numbers for Sunday, September 16: Read more
The February sweeps period has come to a close. Among the weekend morning shows, as usual, NBC’s “Today” won on Saturday and “CBS Sunday Morning” won on Sunday.
On Saturday, “Today” is followed by “GMA” in second and “CBS This Morning” in third. Like the shows’ weekday counterparts, the battle between “Today” and “GMA” is increasingly competitive on Saturday mornings. For this ratings period, the two shows are separated by the smallest-ever gap during a February sweep.
Among the Sunday morning shows, “CBS Sunday Morning” continues to hold a dominant lead over the competition. In Total Viewers, “Sunday Morning” outperformed second-place NBC by 1.81 million and third-place ABC by 2.44 million during February sweeps. Margins are smaller, but still significant, in the A25-54 demographic, with CBS beating NBC by 310,000 and ABC by 610,000.
The Saturday averages for February 2012 sweeps:
- Total Viewers: NBC: 3.81M / ABC: 3.54M / CBS: 1.88M
- A25-54 viewers: NBC: 1.38M / ABC: 1.31M / CBS: 684K
The Sunday averages for February 2012 sweeps:
- Total Viewers: CBS: 5.58M / NBC: 3.77M / ABC: 3.14M
- A25-54 viewers: CBS: 1.79M / NBC: 1.48M / ABC: 1.18M