‘Harry’ Gets Off to a Strong Start In Syndication

Sep 13, 2016  •  Post A Comment

The new syndicated daytime talk and variety show “Harry,” distributed by NBCUniversal and starring Harry Connick Jr., appears to be off to a strong start.

TVNewsCheck reports that the show launched Monday to ratings gains of 27% over year-ago time periods with a 1.4 Nielsen rating/4 share in the 56 metered markets.

The show is this season’s only new first-run strip launching nationally in syndication.

“Compared to the most recent successful talk show premiere, Harry improved 56% over the 2014 debut of ‘The Real,’ which already has a fourth season renewal,” the report notes, adding: “In the all-important women 25-54 target demo, Harry took its time periods up 40% to a 0.7/4.”

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