Versus the Season 28 premiere and sans Michael Strahan, you actually slipped 7 percent year over year. “Live” returned to a 2.5 over the week ending September 11, 2016, marking a five-week high for the series. Robot” star Christian Slater started it all off on Labor Day, September 5. That’s not an unusual pre-weekend dip for these syndicated talkers, so don’t blame the popular CNN host.
Twenty-four hours later, “Rosewood” star Morris Chestnut took over — he stayed for two days. Ripa drew that aforementioned 2.5 on each of her first four days. On the leaderboard, “Live” bested “Ellen” (2.3) and “Steve Harvey” (1.5). Until then, click here to see how Ripa has done over each the 59 measurable episodes in which someone has filled in for Strahan thus far. Kelly Ripa had 68 different "Live" guest co-hosts since Michael Strahan left the show for "Good Morning America." Ryan Seacrest may be the winner of the permanent sweepstakes, but he's nowhere near No. Let's look at every guest-hosted "Live" episode's Nielsen ratings.
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Speedman was then approached to appear on the show Felicity, which was the base that launched him into stardom.
He won a Golden Wave Award for his work in the independent film My Life Without Me.
Speedman began to make a name for himself with his appearance opposite Kate Beckinsale in Underworld.
But there’s also a secondary one that’s also run throughout the entire series: the war for control of the vampire faction, which is fought via guns, swords, a treacherous political web of intrigue, and a lot of ponderous speeches, usually made while staring off into the middle distance and wearing a lot of black leather.
This is the fifth , is still playing the series’ protagonist, a vampire named Selene who’s considered the most lethal, unstoppable fighter in the vampire/lycan wars.
That Ellen De Generes figure represented a nice big 44 percent boost above her own recent reruns (welcome back! And this wasn’t even Phil Mc Graw‘s own premiere week — he technically started Season 12 a week later, last Monday, Sept.
), while the “Family Feud” host’s othershow opened down 17 percent versus the comparable week last year. Phil’s” 2.7 average kept first place at bay for everyone who doesn’t have a Ph.