‘Ellen’ renewed through 2017
March 11, 2013
“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” will be boogieing into 2017.
The syndicated show, now in its 10th season, has been renewed by NBC Owned Television Stations through the 2016-’17 season. Hearst, Sinclair Broadcast Group and Raycom Media have also renewed the program.
Ratings for “Ellen” are up this year, and the comedienne is tied with “Dr. Phil” as the top daytime talker among women 25-54.
The Warner Bros. show is averaging a 1.7 Nielsen rating in the demo. Among households it’s averaging a 2.6, tied with “Live! with Kelly and Michael” for the No. 2 talk show, behind only “Phil” with a 3.0.
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