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Watch What Happens Live – Guests 15 June 2014 to 19 June 2014

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After a two week hiatus Andy Cohen returns from his birthday celebrations to the Watch What Happens Live clubhouse this Sunday night at 11pm and will be welcoming Andre Leon Talley & Mariah Huq from Married to Medicine

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Bravo Ratings – RHoA, Shahs of Sunset & WWHL– Sunday, December 2, 2012

Kim Zolciak and Reza Farahan On the set of WWHL after RHoA & Shahs of Sunset  Photo courtesy of BravoTV ©

Kim Zolciak and Reza Farahan
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After three weeks of averaging less than 2.5m viewers RHoA stormed back to exceed the 3m audience mark for its 5th episode. 3,010,000 viewers tuned in at 9pm Sunday and its 18-49 demo rating grew to 1.50 as Kim Zolciak departed from the show after over four seasons. That audience increase has helped stem the ratings lag against Season 4, but season-to-date it’s still trending down -12.32% in total audience and -16.25% in the 18-49 demo. Still a return to 3m viewers for this episode is a positive sign for both the Atlanta wives and Bravo Media and hopefully that can be sustained throughout the rest of this season, although it will be interesting to see how much ratings are affected by Kim’s departure. Bravo PR’s twitter account was keen to shout out the great ratings’ news, as soon as they received them. Read more

via press Release – Shahs of Sunset Premieres to 2.3m viewers

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Cast of Season 2
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Here’s one TV press release that didn’t need any spinning at all. This is truly a tremendous ratings return for Bravo Media and Ryan Seacrest, as less than 10 months after its freshman season premiered, Shahs of Sunset has returned with just phenomenal ratings.

Last night’s second season premiere earned 2.3m viewers at 10pm and a whopping 1.4m aged 18-49 years (a ratings score 1.10 in the 18-49 demo). As the release correctly points out, “The season two premiere was up +102% among A18-49 and up 106% among total viewers from the season one premiere (3/11/12). Compared to the season one finale (4/15/12), Shahs of Sunset was up 50% among total viewers (vs. 1,534,000).” Read more

via Press Release – RHoBH is Cable TV’s #1 Program at 9pm in 18-49 Demo (after exclusions)

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As we foreshadowed in our ratings post for this week’s episode of RHoBH, Bravo PR have issued a press release heralding Monday night’s ratings, however the twist they gave it, showed the torturous route they took to get there.

Frankly there would have been nothing wrong with a press release just stating that RHoBH’s audience had reached a season high (as they’ve issued twice for RHoM). The 2,352,000 viewers they earned Monday night was higher than any regular episode of the first season and also an audience as large, wasn’t reached until the sixteenth episode of Season 2. Although the season audience high was mentioned in the press release, Bravo decided to highlight the smaller audience number, those aged 18 to 49 years who watched RHoBH which totaled 1,381,000 people. The press release which can be read in full below states: ““The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” delivers record ratings as Bravo Media ranks #1 among cable entertainment networks in the A18-49 demo during the 9pm hour on 11/26/12, according to Nielsen.” Read more

via Press Release – Bravo Media Greenlights 2 New Series & Picks Up Season 2 ‘Don’t Be Tardy’ with Kim Zolciak

Bravo Media’s announcement of two new shows plus a returning one all set in and around Atlanta, Georgia, means that Atlanta joins New York City & Los Angeles as host cities to several Bravo Media produced reality programs.

There was no surprise with confirmation that Kim Zolicak is returning with a second season of her Real Housewives’ spin off “Don’t Be Tardy…“, which in its first season culminated in her wedding to Kroy Biermann and averaged over 1.6m viewers and 0.70 in the 18-49 demo per episode. Read more