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This week’s reality TV viewer numbers are in – and an impressive 2.808 million viewers checked out the series premiere of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood. Will it hold on to big numbers and be Mona Scott Young’s next hit? Also on Monday, 1.607 million watched Sheree reconnect with her dad on Atlanta Exes.

On Tuesday, Below Deck continued to gain viewers, logging 1.231 million this week, and 1.486 million watched Abby traumatize Sarah on Dance Moms.

On Wednesday, Couples Therapy dropped down to 714,000 viewers this week, while 1.205 million couldn’t resist seeing Josh Flagg and Ryan Serhant face off on Million Dollar Listing LA. And ratings wise, Teen Mom 2 won the night, with 1.884 million tuning in to watch Jenelle Evans give birth to her second son.

Also this week, 1.827 million sat through TMI about RINO on Real Housewives of New Jersey, and 819,000 tuned in to see Kim’s surgery on Don’t Be Tardy.

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Well, last night’s Dance Moms has less Abby Lee Miller cruelty and more happy dancers…at least among the veteran girls!  The moms enter the studio sans daughters, and Abby warns that every minute she has to wait on her dancers is another minute she contemplates another team for Nationals. Holly wants to have a dialogue with Abby regarding the unresolved issues from last week’s fight without the children involved. Holly conveys her message calmly and clearly. Of course, Abby dismisses Holly’s concerns over name-calling and derogatory comments as just an excuse not to face Nia’s failure as a dancer. She’s just the sweetest. Refusing to stray from her tried and true teaching methods of bullying and nastiness, Abby concludes that Holly is lucky that she was invited back to the ALDS. 

This week Tracey and her daughter Sarah are joining the crew. The pyramid goes quickly as Maddie was the only one who was allowed to perform at the competition after Abby pulled the group number. This week, the girls are going to Orlando, Florida to compete. Sarah has a solo, and Tracey wants her daughter moved permanently to the elite competition team. Kendall will also be getting a solo, and it will be the same routine that Maddie won with last week. Abby is a big enough person (cough, cough) to put aside her issues with Holly and allow Nia to dance the Maya Angelou solo she teased about last week.  Abby seems totally unfazed when Christi announces that Chloe will be leaving rehearsal early to get an MRI done on her foot. In the viewing room, Tracey asks why Abby is so mad at the mothers, and Holly fills her in on the tally chart.

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Let’s see what y’all watched this week! Not surprisingly, 1.821 million tuned in to see the much anticipated “guilt trip” episode of the Real Housewives of New Jersey. That’s right in line with the season six average thus far. 

The third and final part of the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta reunion garnered 3.722 million viewers, bringing its season average to 3.56 million. Both Atlanta Exes and Dance Moms lost viewers this week. 1.511 million (compared to last week’s 1.905 million) watched the Atlanta Exes trip to the Cayman Islands and 1.382 million (a season low) watched the “white board of doom” on Dance Moms.

Leah’s bellyaching about Corey tempted 1.829 million to watch Teen Mom 2 this week, which is up a lot from last week’s 1.553 million, and the season premiere of Couples Therapy garnered 1.021 million views. Also this week, Million Dollar Listing LA logged a new season high with 1.255 million, and Kim’s consultation with Dr. Hochstein on Don’t Be Tardy attracted 838,000 viewers.

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It’s two weeks until Nationals, so y’all know that means that Abby Lee Miller is on the precipice of turning into Ursula from The Little Mermaid. It’s not going to be pretty folks, and I have a feeling only Maddie will be left with her legs! After returning from a stellar competition, last night’s Dance Moms begins as it always does…the pyramid, complete with the moms muttering under their breath, defeated faces on little girls, and, of course, the fear of facing Candy Apple Cathy! Kendall is on the bottom for being last to the game on an upstand. Chloe follows for “being fine.  Just…fine.” MacKenzie rounds out the bottom for not beating her mini counterparts. Nia is second for leading her team to victory in the group dance. Of course, Maddie is on the top for her highest scoring routine.

Abby reveals that Gino will be dancing a solo at the upcoming competition, and she wants Maddie to dance a solo. However, Maddie may have to head to Miami to film a web series on the day of the competition. Abby enlists Chloe and Kendall to be her understudies. If Maddie is unavailable, one of them will take her place. Likewise, Maddie is the lead in the group number. If she’s absent, there will be no lead. Why not just plan as if she’s not going to be there? Or hey, I don’t know, make her pick which one she’d rather do. Perhaps she sacrifices a potential web series to because she is already committed to the ALDC? Not that I expect Maddie to make these decisions, but Abby and Melissa could make this easier on the poor child. Christi and Jill seem to agree. The moms (and dancers, for that matter) can’t believe how much Abby puts her dancers down while praising Maddie. At Holly’s suggestion, the moms start a tally of insults for the team versus compliments for Maddie. The results are not shocking, and it’s no wonder the girls look so defeated.

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Kanye and Kim Wedding

This week’s reality TV viewer numbers are in. It pains me to report that Keeping Up with the Kardashians won Sunday night, with 2.845 million (a season high) tuning in to see Kourtney tell Scott she’s pregnant. While 2.101 million watched the season finale of Keeping Up with the Kardashians Monday night, it was no match for the unbridled mess that was Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. Part two of the reunion garnered 4.063 million (a season high) viewers.

Atlanta Exes remained steady with 1.905 million watching the Exes seek help from a mediator, and 2.032 million watched part two of the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion, bringing its season average to 1.78 million.

Believe it or not, Teen Mom 2 won Wednesday night, with 1.553 million viewers. Also this week, 1.559 million watched the ALDC prepare for Nationals on Dance Moms and 1.018 million tolerated Josh Altman’s ego on Million Dollar Listing LA. In summary, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, and Teen Mom 2 ruled the cable ratings this week, and I don’t know whether to weep for our society or thank all of you for the job security. ;)

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I can’t imagine the pressure most dancers feel when preparing for a national competition, but it has to be next to impossible to train when your dance teacher is the wench known as Abby Lee Miller. Dance Moms just keeps getting more and more ridiculous, does it not? On last night’s episode, Christ-y is invited to rejoin the group after Abby’s mini-me assures her boss that Sarah’s turns are improving ten-fold during her private lessons. Abby warns Christ-y to keep her mouth shut or else she and her daughter will be banned for good…again. 

Instead of a pyramid, Abby has fashioned a totem pole for her ranking, and Nia is on the very bottom for not having enough facial expressions. MacKenzie is above her for being too quick, followed by Kendall for lacking turn-outs. Tea is above Kendall for being on the winning team, as is Chloe. She’s just one below Maddie who is at the top for garnering the highest score in the competition. This weekend the ALDC is heading to Michigan to compete. MacKenzie, Sarah, and Tea all receive solos. The two lowest scoring little ones will be axed from the Nationals team. Nia has the lead in the group routine which is called tribal council. Abby learns that Ava will be competing with Jeanette’s studio against Tea and MacKenzie. The moms believe that Jeanette wants to get her daughter in front of Abby one more time, but they think it’s unfair given she had her chance last week. Jeanette’s plan is surely going to backfire.

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Real Housewives of Orange County reunion

This week’s reality TV viewer numbers are in. On Sunday, a scandalous rumor shared on Real Housewives of New Jersey attracted 1.839 million, and just over one million watched Kim embrace camping on Don’t Be Tardy.

Real Housewives of Orange County and Love & Hip Hop Atlanta kicked off their reunion shows Monday night. Part one of the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion attracted 1.910 million, while nearly four million tuned in to see the Joseline punch Benzino on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. Too bad no one punched Terry Dubrow on RHOC. Oh, did I type that out loud? ;)

Also, 1.932 million viewers checked out the fallout from the tea market drama on Atlanta Exes, and 1.570 million watched Chloe shine on Dance Moms.

As always, Teen Mom 2 ruled Wednesday night ratings-wise, with 1.716 million sitting through another of Nathan’s self-righteous rants. Dude needs to take a seat. Off my TV. Also on Wednesday, the newbies crashing Josh Altman’s open house on Million Dollar Listing LA attracted 916,000 viewers.

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dance moms maddie

With Nationals right around the corner, Abby Lee Miller is hellbent on creating a winning team with top placing soloists. You know what that means…the revolving door of Dance Moms
wannabes keeps shuffling through the studio. After losing last week to Bleu, Abby wants to strike fear in the hearts of her original team–moreso than she does on any regular day, at least. She also takes the opportunity to lecture the moms of the selected new group. Even after doubting Abby’s training, Loree has defected to the elite competition group with the veteran moms, and her former newbie counterparts aren’t happy about her move.

Abby wants to reserve any bickering until after the pyramid. Poor MacKenzie is at the bottom for being pulled from the group number so Abby could place the girls in a higher age bracket and hopefully avoid tough junior competitors (epic fail) her lack of maturity during an improv practice. Chloe follows for her sixth place finish. Nia rounds out the bottom rung because she’s Nia, and Nia rarely ever traipses up to the top half of the pyramid. Jade is third on the pyramid for being third in the solos, and Kendall is second for finally figuring out what it takes to become a favorite. Perhaps it’s because she’s been hanging out so much with top dancer Maddie.

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