NEW YORK – January 7, 2014 – Behind the strength of its Sunday night lineup, Bravo Media earned its best night ever among all key demos this past Sunday, according to Nielsen. “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” earned a franchise high among total viewers with over 4.5 million and delivered over 2.7 million P18-49. The show ranked #1 among all key demos versus cable telecasts for the day.
The series premiere of “Blood, Sweat & Heels” – which follows a group of up-and-coming women in New York’s elite circles of real estate, fashion, and media – became Bravo’s highest-rated series premiere among all key demos in network history, with 2.5 million total viewers and over 1.4 million P18-49. Versus cable competition in the 9pm hour, “Blood, Sweat & Heels” ranked #1 among P18-49.
For a new episode of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” tune in this Sunday, January 12 at 8pm ET/PT, as Phaedra downloads Kandi on her trip to Athens, and Kenya receives a long overdue but stressful visit from her Dad. Cynthia and Peter begin to mend their relationship after their big blow up, while Porsha’s divorce from Kordell marches on after the two meet with their lawyers to hash out a possible settlement. Kandi receives shocking news from Todd about the musical, and Nene makes a decision about whether or not to partake in it. A visit to Porsha’s new house has Phaedra and Kandi questioning Porsha’s financial smarts, causing not only the ladies but her family to worry as well. The ladies come together for Cynthia’s sister, Malorie’s jewelry trunk show, but tensions flare between Kenya and Malorie. Nene is hit with unexpected news and emotions reach a boiling point when one of the ladies makes a dramatic exit.
Hmmmm what is the shocking news about the musical? Why can’t Kenya get along with Mallory? What unexpected news does Nene receive? Where does the dramatic exit happen? The trunk show?
Immediately following, check out a new episode of “Blood, Sweat & Heels” this Sunday, January 12 at 9pm ET/PT, where tension heats up between Melyssa Ford and her new boss, which forces Melyssa to question whether she can truly succeed at being a buttoned-up real estate agent. Elsewhere, Daisy’s tardiness sets the tone for a date with a shocking outcome. Then, Mica hosts a dinner party with some of the ladies still reeling from Demetria’s blog betrayal. Unfortunately, “drama” seems to be the only item on the menu.
Why would anyone be surprised that their friend who is a blogger would blog about their social outings that are being filmed for TV?
Do you think Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Vanderpump Rules will pass RHOA and Blood, Sweat and Heels in the ratings?