'Good Morning America' Does Something It Hasn't Done Since Clinton Was President Deadline
"Good Morning America" has racked up an achievement it hasn’t done since Bill Clinton was president: The ABC show won the morning show February sweeps for the first time since 1994, reports Deadline.com.
The show, which also topped the November sweeps last year, won in both total viewers and the target demo of adults 25-54. It finished No. 1 in total viewers in the February sweeps for the first time since 1994, and took the top demo spot for the first time since 1993, the piece adds.
"GMA" drew 5.669 million viewers and 2.13 million in the 25-54 demo during last month's sweep, compared with "Today’s” 4.821 million total viewers and 2.033 million in the demo, the story says.