Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes have faced a decline in the ratings of their podcast just one month after its promising launch in December.
Initially, the podcast entered the top five in the U.S. charts but later dropped to 234th. It eventually rebounded to the 136th spot after the airing of an episode where the couple discussed their drinking history.
Launched nearly a year after their departure as co-hosts on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” the couple had high hopes that the podcast would breathe new life into their careers.
Despite a strong start with the first episode ranking in the top five, the podcast’s ranking fell significantly to 234th on the U.S. charts, as reported by the podcast analytics platform Chartable.
An expert in podcasting offered insight, stating, “There was a ton of interest in what they were going to say about their affair and being cut from ABC in the aftermath, but I’m not sure anyone expected that interest to continue much beyond that.”
In a recent episode, the podcast experienced a resurgence, climbing to the 136th spot in the charts after the couple delved into their drinking history during the January 11th episode. Listeners were particularly intrigued by T.J. Holmes’ revelation of consuming “18 drinks a day.”
The podcast also touched on the couple’s relationship challenges, revealing that there was a time when they considered ending it due to a disagreement rooted in “fear and lack of communication.”
Despite public scrutiny, Robach and Holmes, who made their relationship public in December 2022, are committed to each other. They disclosed their plans for a potential future marriage but emphasized the importance of not rushing into it, having both been through divorce proceedings with their previous partners—Robach with Andrew Shue and Holmes with Marilee Fiebig.