Ratings: 'The Young and the Restless' Hits 7-Month High; 'The Bold and the Beautiful' Up 5%

CBS soap operas The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful posted their best week of the season in both viewers and key women demographics, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for the week of November 9-13, 2015.

The Young and the Restless averaged 5.02 million viewers, up +3% from last week and its largest weekly audience since the week of April 6-10. In the key women demographics, Y&R averaged 1.9/12 in women 25-54, up +6% from a week ago and best since the week ending July 24 and 1.3/09 in women 18-49, up +8% and best since the week of  July 27-31.

The Bold and the Beautiful averaged 3.70 million viewers, up +5% from last week and its largest weekly audience since the week ending Aug. 14. Among women 25-54, the daytime drama averaged 1.5/09, up +7% and 1.0/07 in women 18-49, up +11%, highest in both demos since the week ending July 24.


  1. I'm glad some viewers are enjoying it.

  2. I don't know how any viewers are enjoying Y&R under Phelps and Pratt. It's nothing like the show Bill Bell created, nor even the one he left years later. I'm grateful for YouTube where I can at least watch clips of the show when it was a well-crafted show that told character-driven stories grounded in reality.

  3. How can anybody think we are that STUPID to believe Sharon had a baby in the clinic. She has no weight gain, no swollen breasts, etc..And Dylan comes in & says, he's really here. WTH. And the baby now looks like he's 2 months old when he was a premature baby about 3 weeks ago. Now Sage will probably be put in Fairview, b/c she'll recognize that's Christian. The writers must think we're as crazy as they are!!! I've stopped watching as of Friday!!!!