Bravo Ratings for Tuesday 18 September 2012 – Flipping Out & WWHL

Cloris Leachman & Jeff Lewis The Kiss That Broke 1,000 (Gay) Men's Hearts Photo courtesy of BravoTV ©

Cloris Leachman & Jeff Lewis
The Kiss That Broke 1,000
(Gay) Men’s Hearts
Photo courtesy of BravoTV ©

While the move to 10/9c didn’t seem to do much for the ratings of Tuesday’s Flipping Out, it certainly seemed to give Andy Cohen and WWHL a necessary boost. The 3rd episode of this sixth season of FO dropped 27k from last week with 1,197,000 viewers but held at 0.50 in the 18-49 demo. As the comparable episode from last season only scored an audience of 949,000 and despite this episodes’ week-on-week decline the season to date average improved to 15.02% over season five at 1,255,667. The 18-49 demo for all three episodes has consistently stayed at an 0.50, however that’s a drop of -16.67% versus last season, which can’t be going down too well with advertisers.

Great Camera Deals

At 11pm Cloris Leachman joined Jeff & Andy (and Jenni & a fire alarm), but that didn’t trouble her much and neither did the kiss with Jeff. With a first run lead-in, as opposed to a repeat, WWHL had it’s first placement in the Cable Top 100 shows, since RHOC went off the air. With 874,000 viewers they just missed beating Ramona & Liz Margulies total audience ratings of the night before, but Cloris & Jeff’s 18-49 demo rating of 0.40 was a full tenth’s better than Ramona’s.

With Flipping Out moving to the more sensible 10/9c slot, Bravo have pushed back the premiere of LOLWork, which had been originally scheduled for the Tuesday 10pm times lot. We’ve reached out to both Bravo TV and the cast to see when it will now air. One of the cast got back to us and said they’d not yet been given a new air date or time.

LOLwork Originally Scheduled for Tues Oct 2nd 10pm

LOLwork Originally Scheduled
for Tues Oct 2nd 10pm
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Source: Nielsen Media Research via TVByTheNumbers