Through the roof.

If you’re wondering where “One Life To Live” ranked among the ratings for its Friday January 13 finale look no further. The Llanview episode had a 2.7 household Nielsen rating, was watched by 3,840,000 people and ranked number two in the 18 – 49 women demographic as a whole in the final week. It also beat out “The View” and tied with the number one Daytime drama “The Young And The Restless” among women 18 – 34 and among teens with 63,000 viewers.

Comparing with the four other soap operas to cancel prior, “All My Children” had 3,475,000 viewers, “As The World Turns” 2.846,000, “Guiding Light” 2,975,000 and “Passions” 1,681,000. “One Life To Live” had its best numbers since the week of September 3, 2007, which surrounded storylines including Jared stripping Nash of everything, Todd wanting to be with little Tommy (Sam), and Lindsay facing the courts yet again.

“One Life To Live” was forced to end but at least it went out with a bang!

Continue to celebrate the history of the show through a look back at One Life To Live: The 1980s, which includes some great memorable videos.

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– Amy Mistretta