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Is Good Morning America really the new morning show king?

After 16 years and 852 weeks, the Today show's reign as America's highest-rated morning show is over. According to Nielsen, Good Morning America averaged 5.147 million viewers last week to Today's 5.134 million. If the numbers hold up, it would mean an end to one of the most impressive streaks in TV history. Is Good Morning America now officially the number one morning show? Here, a brief guide: They're only 13,000 viewers apart.
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Morning Show Ratings: Week of April 23

Media / Television Industry : TVNewser (3 years ago)

As expected, based on preliminary Nielsen numbers, “Good Morning America” wins the morning show ratings race for the week of April 23. The ABC morning show topped NBC’s “Today” show by 180,000 Total Viewers, but trailed in the A25-5... Read Post

For the First Time Ever, 'Good Morning America' is Number 1 in Total Viewers in the C3 Ratings During the 2012 May Sweep

Media / Television Industry : TV by the Numbers (2 years ago)

“Good Morning America” drew 4.474 million Total Viewers and a 1.4 rating/11 share/1.717 million Adults 25-54 for the week of June 4, 2012, according to Nielsen Media Research. Read Post

Morning Show Ratings: Week of January 28

Media / Television Industry : TVNewser (2 years ago)

Two years ago this week, NBC’s “Today” led ABC’s “Good Morning America” by 870,000 viewers. In the latest Nielsen ratings, things have swung the other way with “Good Morning America” holding a 605,000 viewer lead on “Today.” “GMA” h... Read Post

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