It’s time to take a look at what has happened so far this week in TV ratings!
Reality TV Ratings July 2016 Week 4
On Sunday, the third episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey lost very little from its premiere episode the week before and had 1.545 million viewers and a nearly identical .62. What is impressive about that is that a show often has high interest to start, lags a bit, and then builds to strong ratings when the storylines seem to climax. The third episode’s consistent ratings show continued interest in the show.
This week’s Real Housewives of Orange County, which featured the 70s party, saw a season high in viewers for the show. That episode had 1.803 million viewers and .65, down from .67 in the 18-49 demographic. Our prediction is another season high for RHOC next week as the drama of the season continues and the fallout of the 70s party argument spills over.
In ratings news from last week, the Real Housewives of New York had 1.317 million viewers and a .4 in the demographic.
On Lifetime, Little Women: LA and Little Women: Atlanta both returned to stellar ratings. Little Women: LA’s season premiere had 1.199 million viewers and a .5 in the demo. That show was beaten by its spinoff, Little Women: Atlanta, which had 1.186 million viewers and a .5 in the demo.
Next week, look for updates about the ratings of Married at First Sight and more of your favorite reality shows.
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