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BRAVO MEDIA AIRS TWO-PART RHoM REUNION BEGINNING TONIGHT AT 10pm

The Real Housewives of Miami

With today’s press release (printed in full below) that Part 2 of The Real Housewives of Miami reunion will be pushed out this Thursday November 14th at 9pm, rather than next Monday November 18th at 10pm, as originally scheduled, Bravo Media are publicly admitting that this franchise member has failed. Evidently Bravo TV are assuming that a repeat airing of S04E03 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills next Monday at 10pm, instead of the originally scheduled RHoM Reunion Part 2, will gain more viewers.

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The Real Housewives of Miami – Season 3 Ratings

The Real Housewives of Miami

Updated Friday November 15th 2013, after S03E16 Reunion Part 2 aired at 9pm on Thursday November 14th 2013.

What has recently been Bravo Media’s spare night; Thursday, was turned over to The Real Housewives of Miami last night, with a repeat airing of the Season 3 Reunion Part 1 at 8pm, the first airing of Reunion Part 2 at 9pm and then a repeat of Part 2, again at 10pm. It was only this Monday that Bravo TV decided to air both parts this week and we’ll know next week whether airing a repeat of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills next Monday at 10pm, rather than RHoM Part 2 as originally planned pays off.

At 9pm, 1,009,000 viewers tuned in for what might become the final new episode of RHoM to air, and of those 1m viewers; 561,000 were aged 18 to 49 years (Demo 0.40) and that was down -6.05% from Monday’s Part 1. However with this episode being repeated immediately afterward at 10pm (watched by an additional 547,000 viewers; 303,000 18-49 – Demo 0.20), giving viewers a choice of viewing times, it’s possible that just a single 9pm airing may have been a tad higher.

However for this season of RHoM to pull its viewership average above last season’s, it needed an audience of over 1.92m for last night’s reunion, and as you can see even over two hours combined it fell well short of that.

This season closes as the lowest rated season of any Real Housewives Franchise since the very first season of The Real Housewives of Orange County, and with ratings like that, it’s unlikely to be back for a fourth season. (see the entire season’s ratings table below)

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Bravo Ratings – RHoM – Thursday, November 29, 2012

Andy Cohen, Lea Black and Erin Andrews on WWHL after RHoM, 29 November 2012 Photo courtesy of BravoTV ©

Andy Cohen, Lea Black and Erin Andrews
on WWHL, 29 November 2012
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Update November 30As Do The Parents – So Do The Ratings

After taking a week’s break over Thanksgiving, RHoM returned last Thursday for its 12th episode titled ‘Parent’s Fly South’ and so did the ratings as RHoM’s ratings dropped to their lowest level since it received its Sunday reboot on October 28th. On November 29th 1,023,000 viewers tuned in scoring another 0.50 on the 18-49 demo, but that’s a drop of -9.63% versus the previous episode, which aired on November 15th. Season to date RHoM shows declines versus its freshman season of -9.00% in total audience and -19.44% in the 18-49 demo. With the Reunion being filmed last Friday, November 30th, we’re gathering there are just two regular episodes left and that the Reunion will air on December 20th (although we’ve since been informed that there are 3 regular episodes left plus the Reunion). Read more

Bravo’s Third Week of Sweeps Isn’t Much Better Than Their Second – Year-on-Year Down 18% & 18-49 Down 25%

Bravo Media & Nielsen Media Logos - Sweeps November 11 - November 17 2012

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As we wrote last week, Bravo Media held back all of their big guns for the second week of Nielsen’s Fall Sweeps and apart from The Real of Housewives of Atlanta’s season five premiere getting off to a record start, the rest of that week was best swept away. So, how did the third week go?

Unfortunately, not only wasn’t it any better but when compared like-for-like with the programming for the same week in 2011, total audience levels declined by 18%. In the equivalent week in 2011 Bravo TV aired a total of 8 hours of original programming over four nights, versus last week’s 12 hours over five nights. The additions being; five versus two episodes of Watch What Happens Live, this year two episodes of The Real Housewives of Miami aired, whereas in 2011 no original programming was aired on Thursday, November 17th and the last difference is LOLwork added on Wednesday’s, giving that night 3 hours of first run programming. Read more

Bravo Ratings – RHoM & WWHL – Thursday Nov 15, 2012

Andy Cohen, Ana Quincoces and Camille Paglia on WWHL after RHoM

Andy Cohen, Ana Quincoces and Camille Paglia
On WWHL after RHoM – Nov 15, 2012
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After two of its last three episodes aired on Sunday nights, either following an RHoA special or a regular episode of RHoA, the ratings topsy turvy that is RHoM, returned to its regular Thursday time slot last night and its ratings returned to their regular Thursday level as well. Without the benefit of the lead-in it had on its Sunday airings, this episode’s audience dropped from last week’s series high, to 1,132,000 and a demo of 0.50.

If ever there was evidence of how getting scheduling right can affect how a show performs in its ratings for each first run airing, RHoM demonstrates this perfectly. RHoM is averaging 1,492,000 viewers, of which 886,000 of them are in the 18 to 49 year age group (18-49 demo of 0.70) when it has aired on a Sunday. Conversely, in its regular Thursday slot, that average drops by a massive 55.67% in total audience (down to 958,444) and by a larger 63.07%, from 886,000 to 543,333 (or 0.40), in the 18-49 demo. Its Thursday ratings push it toward not being green lit for a 3rd season but perhaps with the correct scheduling, and the Sunday numbers prove it, it is worth another season. Read more