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New talkers “The Doctors” and “The Bonnie Hunt Show” and game show “Deal or No Deal” were down only slightly in their second day of syndication.
In the court show arena, freshman “Judge Karen” jumped 38% in its second day, while fellow newcomer “Family Court With Judge Penny” held steady.
“Doctors,” “Bonnie” and “Deal” fell from their Monday premieres by only single-digit percentages.
“Doctors” dropped by 7% to an average 1.4 household rating/4 share for a two-day average of a 1.5/4. On Tuesday, the show fared especially well in the top 20 markets of Atlanta (up 9% day-to-day to a 2.4/9), Denver (1.4/6, up 40%) and Sacramento (2.2/7, up 57%).
“Bonnie” was off 9% to a 1.0/3, which also is its two-day average. It performed best in markets including Seattle (1.8/8, even with its premiere) and Cleveland (2.7/12, up 69%).
“Deal” was down 8% to a 1.2/3 for a two-day average of a 1.3/3. In Los Angeles, the show jumped 75% to a 0.7/2. It also jumped 64% in Cleveland, where it airs in access, to a 2.3/4.
“Judge Karen” got a boost to average a 1.1/3 for a two-day average of a 0.9/3. That’s even with “Family Court With Judge Penny,” which held on to its Day 1 average of a 0.9/3.
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