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The reality TV viewer numbers are in – there's not much to write home about. On Sunday, Peter and Gregg's confrontation on Real Housewives of Atlanta attracted 3.943 million viewers. That's over 300,000 less than last week. Wait. I thought Peter was THE big deal on RHOA these days. #EyeRoll

On Monday,  2.133 million watched Basketball Wives L.A.,  and the Carolina Day celebration helped Southern Charm hold onto its audience of 923,000. Part three of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion garnered 1.816 million viewers, which brings the season four average to 1.827 million.

On Tuesday, 1.993 million tuned in for Dance Moms, and Jenelle's pregnancy reveal on Teen Mom 2 attracted 2.175 million viewers. The Real Housewives of New York lost viewers (that they can't afford to lose) with only 1.290 million sitting through round three of #BookGate.

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I want to feel sorry for Abby Lee Miller because I know she's going through a very rough time on this season's Dance Moms due to her mother's failing health, but I can't help but feel she'd be just as hateful and horrible if her life was all raindrops on roses and whiskers on stuffed dogs. Abby is trying to keep her mind off of things by focusing on a photo shoot for MacKenzie and auditioning dancers for upcoming music video. This should be rich. 

In the pyramid, Maddie is on the bottom, followed by MacKenzie, Kendall, Chloe, and Nia. Maddie looks like she may vomit until Abby reveals that they are all on the same level for doing such a great job. Kalani is on the top of the pyramid for being the overall high scoring soloist. Abby reminds the girls and their mothers that she will be introducing her new team to the studio at some point soon. She then delves into the fact that her mom is dying, and Melissa interrupts to share how much she loves Mrs. Miller. Maddie and Chloe are in tears as Abby hugs them and reminds them how much she loves children. Maddie and Chloe have grown up with Mrs. Miller, and I can't believe this damn show has me crying in the first five minutes. I've hit a new low. 

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This week's reality TV viewer numbers are in – 4.264 million watched Phaedra confront Kenya and Apollo on Real Housewives of Atlanta.  That is a slight decrease from last week but still well above this season's average.

The other shows on our list saw an increase this week. Most impressive, 2.366 million watched Basketball Wives L.A., which is a season three high and a whopping 500,000 more views than last week. Teen Mom 2 saw a bump up of 300,000 when 2.171 million tuned in to see Jenelle fail a drug test

Part two of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion garnered 1.963 million viewers, and 923,000 checked out the drama on Southern Charm. Aviva and Carole's fight on Real Housewives of New York attracted 1.437 million, and 1.986 million watched Cathy lose to Abby on Dance Moms.

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This is the season that doesn't end…yes, it goes on and on, my friend! Last night was yet another episode of Dance Moms in what is proving to be the most drawn out season in the history of the world. And I thought last season was long! 

Abby Lee Miller is thrilled that her team is eleven for eleven this season, and she rocks the boat by including both Kalani and Peyton. She announces that she has finally replaced Brooke, Paige, and Kelly. Kalani's mom will be the new Kelly, while Kalani is the hybrid of the Hyland girls. Leslie goes crazy. Why is Peyton even here? She follows the rules! She's been trained by Abby since she started walking! What kind of witch would bring in her daughter only to make her an outcast? That's a rhetorical question, right? 

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The reality TV viewer numbers are in – and, as always, Real Housewives of Atlanta cannot be beat.  A whopping 4.306 million fans tuned in to see Kenya confront Apollo on Sunday.

On Monday, only 1.716 million viewers bothered to watch part one of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion.  The third episode of Southern Charm garnered 737,000 viewers and Basketball Wives L.A. bounced back with 1.866 million viewers. 

On Tuesday, both Dance Moms and Teen Mom 2 fell below two million for the first time this season. 1.943 million watched Maddie and Mackenzie compete against each other on Dance Moms and 1.868 million sat through Leah's never ending whining on Teen Mom 2.

Meanwhile, 1.312 million Real Housewives of New York fans tuned in to see Aviva and Carole butt heads.

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How much longer do we have to deal with Abby Lee Miller's crazy mean attitude on Dance Moms? Last night, Melissa got the rare taste of how it feels to have a daughter compete in Maddie's shadow, and she didn't play off her frustration well. At all. It was slightly fun to watch! Finally!

Abby calls her girls together to praise them for their win against Cathy's Candy Apples. Fallon has been given the boot for not remembering her routine, although Abby hasn't totally counted her out as a replacement for one of these losers dancers. During the pyramid, MacKenzie is on the bottom for not attending last week's competition. Funny…Maddie didn't attend a competition, and I believe she ended up third on the pyramid. MacKenzie is followed by Nia for over the top, yet improper facial expressions during the group dance. Payton is back on the pyramid and third from the bottom. Abby rails on how the sixteen-year-old acts like a baby, reminding her that MacKenzie is the baby on the team. Payton runs out of the studio in tears yet again. When Abby follows, Payton sobs that she dances because she love Abby and the studio so, so, so much. Abby softens…kind of. 

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The reality TV viewer numbers are in.  Real Housewives of Atlanta dropped below the four million mark for the first time since January, with 3.912 million checking out Kenya's trip to Mexico. Doesn't matter if RHOA's over or under four million, though, Atlanta rules the Real Housewives franchise. Keeping Up with the Kardashians saw a much-needed increase this week – 2.328 million watched to see Khloe file for divorce from Lamar

On Monday,  the season four finale of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills garnered 1.947 million viewers, bringing its season average to 1.826 million. Both Basketball Wives L.A. and Southern Charm lost viewers since last week – 1.658 million (down from 1.896) watched Basketball Wives L.A. and 715,000 (down from 983,000) returned to Southern Charm.

On Tuesday, despite outrage over a nastier than usual season, Dance Moms viewership is on the rise again – the return of Cathy and the Candy Apples attracted 2.192 million viewers.  Meanwhile, 2.212 million watched Nathan and Babs fight on Teen Mom 2, and 1.329 million caught the season six premiere of Real Housewives of New York. Season five of RHONY premiered to 1.66 million and averaged 1.584 million according to Bravo Ratings.

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There's been so much nastiness from Abby Lee Miller on this season (the longest ever it seems!) of Dance Moms, I guess Lifetime wanted to bring back Kathy and the Candy Apples for some unrelated drama. 

The episode begins with Abby revealing that she would be bringing in a new girl named Fallon who shined at one of her open auditions. Fallon and mom Cheryl arrive as Abby corrals all of the dancers and moms for the pyramid. Abby does introductions, and Cheryl's face looks like it can't move. The moms look defeated as usual, and Abby laments how difficult it is to build an entire new team. Kalani is out because mother Kira didn't abide by Abby's rules, which apparently is never say that your daughter can beat Maddie

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