6ABC barely beat CBS3 in the weeknight 11 p.m. news ratings. 6ABC led with a 9 rating, CBS3 had an 8 rating, and NBC10 came in third place with a 4 rating.
At 6 p.m., 6ABC led with a 9 rating, CBS3 and NBC10 tied for second with a 3 rating, and Fox29 had a 2 rating.
At 5 p.m., 6ABC led with an 8 rating, Dr. Phil on CBS3 was second with a 3 rating, and NBC10 and Fox29 tied with a 2 rating (although NBC10 had a higher share).
At 4 p.m., Oprah led with a 6 rating, Judge Judy on Fox29 was in second place with a 3 rating, CBS3 also had a 3 rating, but a lower share, and NBC10 had a 2 rating.
At 2 p.m., the new CBS show The Talk debuted with a 2 rating behind One Life To Live on 6ABC which had a 3 rating. The Nate Berkus Show on NBC10 came in third place with a 1 rating.
At noon, CBS3’s Talk Philly (2 rating) got clobbered by the news on 6ABC (7 rating).
At 11 a.m., NBC10’s 10 Show (1 rating) came in third behind behind 6ABC’s The View (5 rating) and CBS3’s The Price Is Right (4 rating).
At 6 a.m., 6ABC led with a 5 rating, NBC10 was second with a 3 rating, and Fox29’s Good Day Philadelphia and CBS3 followed with a 2 rating.
At 10 p.m., Fox29 led with a 3 rating, myPHL17 followed with a 2 rating, and the CWPhilly news had a 1 rating.
6ABC was the home to all the timeslot winners Good Morning America, Regis & Kelly, Rachael Ray, Who Wants To Be a Millionaire, One Life To Live, General Hospital, ABC World News Tonight, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, Nightline and The Jimmy Kimmel Show.
Each rating point represents around 29,000 viewers.