Ratings: 'General Hospital' Up Again; 'Days of our Lives' No. 1 in Women 18-34 Demo

The Live + Same Day daytime ratings are in for the week of September 7-11, 2015, a week where only Tuesday through Friday counted in the ratings. On Monday, September 7, Days of our Lives was pre-empted, ABC aired an encore of General Hospital and, despite the fact they aired new episodes, CBS did want to count The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful (the most-watched episodes for both for the week). In the shortened week, Days moved to No. 1 in the Women 18-34 demo, and all four soaps made week-to-week gains in the Women 25-54 demo. Meanwhile, General Hospital was up in total viewers for the third week in a row (+130K).

Below is a breakdown of the daytime soap opera Nielsen ratings by category:

Total Viewers (versus previous week/versus same week last year)
1. The Young and the Restless 4,563,000 (-214,000/-176,000)
2. The Bold and the Beautiful 3,448,000 (-120,000/-6,000)
3. General Hospital 2,765,000 (+130,000/-163,000)
4. Days of our Lives 2,470,000 (+155,000/-52,000)

Women 18-49 Viewers
1. The Young and the Restless 662,000 (-21,000/-175,000)
2. The Bold and the Beautiful 541,000 (+36,000/-91,000)
3. Days of our Lives 513,000 (+55,000/-16,000)
4. General Hospital 487,000 (+54,000/-130,000)

Women 18-34 Viewers
1. Days of our Lives 157,000 (+35,000/+4,000)
2. The Young and the Restless 150,000 (-17,000/-97,000)
3. General Hospital 146,000 (same/-40,000)
4. The Bold and the Beautiful 129,000 (+6,000/-84,000)

Women 25-54 Viewers
1. The Young and the Restless 1,008,000 (+21,000/-204,000)
2. The Bold and the Beautiful 802,000 (+44,000/-91,000)
3. General Hospital 665,000 (+62,000/-190,000)
4. Days of our Lives 624,000 (+63,000/-69,000)

(via NBC and SON)

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