BRAVO'S "REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA" DRAWS OVER ONE MILLION VIEWERS IN ITS SECOND EPISODE
The Finale Of "The Rachel Zoe Project" Hits Season Highs In All Key Demos
NEW YORK � October 15, 2008 � Bravo's latest docu-drama "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" is a bonafide hit, surpassing the one million viewer mark in only its second episode, according to Nielsen Media Research. A remarkable 1.184 total viewers tuned in, up 80 percent versus the prior week's series premiere, which was up against stiff competition from the Presidential debate. This week's episode also drew an impressive 873,000 adults 18-49, up 98 percent versus the premiere episode. Bravo fans can catch "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" in its new timeslot, Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT beginning next week.
"The Rachel Zoe Project" shut it down with last night's finale scoring a season high across all key demos. The finale drew a notable 960,000 total viewers and 661,000 adults 18-49, up 51 percent (vs. 637,000) and 29 percent (vs. 512,000) respectively versus the prior week's episode.
Source: Nielsen Media Research, Live + Same day through 10/14/08
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