BRAVO'S "WORK OUT" DEDICATION EPISODE DELIVERS IN THE RATINGS
BRAVO'S "WORK OUT" DELIVERS NEARLY ONE MILLION TOTAL VIEWERS FOR EPISODE DEDICATED IN MEMORY OF TRAINER DOUG BLASDELL
Episode Sets Series High Among Viewers 18-49 And #2 Cable Ranking In Its Timeslot Among Women 18-49
NEW YORK � May 2, 2007 � Bravo's docu-series "Work Out" original 10 p.m. ET/PT episode last night delivered 962,000 million total viewers and a series high of 731,000 18-49 viewers (5/1/07), according to Nielsen Media Research. The emotional episode, which dealt with the passing of trainer Doug Blasdell and Sky Sport owner Jackie Warner's struggle with her father's suicide, also made Bravo the #2 cable network in its time slot among women 18-49 (541,000).
The program delivered a .9 HH cvg rating and increased from last week's episode by 55 percent among total viewers (962,000 vs. 619,000) and 50 percent among adults 18-49 (731,000 vs. 487,000) on April 24. The second season of "Work Out" is pacing ahead of its first season, up 9 percent in total viewers (746,000 vs 685,000) and 21 percent with viewers 18-49 (593,000 vs 489,000).
"Work Out's" second season ends with another emotionally charged episode airing on Tuesday, May 8 at 10:00 pm. ET/PT, in which viewers share in how Jackie Warner and her trainers honor the loss of their friend and fellow trainer. Bravo also airs the "Work Out Reunion: Watch What Happens Special" on Tuesday, May 15 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. Hosted by Bravo's Senior Vice President of Programming Production, Andy Cohen, who also hosts BravoTV.com's weekly broadband series "Watch What Happens," the reunion will feature new interviews with Warner and her trainers Gregg Butler, Rebecca Cardon, Zen Gray, Erika Jacobson and Andre Riley.
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Nielsen NHI Live+Same Day data.