Daytime talk show “Steve Harvey” saw its numbers grow for its season-three premiere week. The show announced that its household ratings for the week of Sept. 8 were up 13% from its 2013-14 premiere week, registering a 1.7 average (up from a 1.5).
“Versus all time periods a year ago, ‘Steve Harvey’ is up +13% in HH and +14% in Women 25-54. Versus lead-in ‘Steve Harvey’ is up +21% in households and +33% with Women 25-54,” the show announced. “Based on the success of the show’s first two seasons, ‘Steve Harvey’ received numerous station/time period upgrades for season three. In new time periods for 2014, ‘Steve Harvey’ improved +6% in households versus what it replaced from Sept. ’13 and +40% in W25-54.”
In its second season, the show won the Emmy for outstanding talk show in the informative category.
“The hit talk show finished its sophomore season up 26% in households from its debut season and ranked as the fastest-growing show in all of daytime, showing more growth in its second season than all other syndicated and network talk shows, game shows and court shows,” the announcement notes.