Little Women: NY

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On last night’s Little Women: NY, we pick up smack in the middle of the fight between Misty Irwin and Jordanna James, courtesy of Miss Jason Perezpot-stirring. Jordanna has been invited to model in the Paris Little Person Fashion Show, which Misty is seeing red over. Jordanna rightfully calls Jason out on his dramatic behavior and tries to reason with an irate Misty, but her advice “to get thick skin” falls on Misty’s deaf ears. The two women do hug it out at the end, and the whole scene seems a bit scripted. So, meh. Guess that’s over…for now!

The next day, Lila Call takes Jason along to her dog’s vet appointment. She pulls dog poop out of her purse for vet inspection, which is lovely. Jason’s dad is the vet, and also the happy recipient of Jason as a boomerang house guest for life! Jason is still upset with Jordanna for calling him a coward for moving back into his parents’ home, but methinks Jason’s not facing the real issue at hand here. #youknowhwhatimean Jason’s dad teaches Lila some lessons about Filipino respect, like not looking directly into your elders’ eyes and forcing your closeted son to live with you for the rest of his natural life. 

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Reality TV Viewer Numbers Teen Mom OG

The reality TV viewer numbers are in and ready to be analyzed. Teen Mom OG saw its third increase in a row with 1.855 million tuning in this week. The mid-season finale of Dance Moms garnered 1.451 million viewers, bringing the season five average to 1.57 million viewers. For comparison’s sake, the season four finale attracted 1.619 million and the season average was 1.84 million.

Also this week, 2.831 million fans watched part two of the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, 2.650 million tuned in to Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, which is down 895,000 since the season four premiere just three weeks ago, and 1.310 million viewers checked out Dorinda‘s party on the Real Housewives of New York. Take a look below to see how the rest of your favorite shows are doing.

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Little Women: NY has been bringing us plenty of drama courtesy of Lila Call and Dawn Lang in the past few weeks, but last night the storm clouds shifted toward the tension brewing between Misty Irwin and Jordanna James over their “warring” jobs in the Little People Fashion Show.

We begin with the aftermath of Jazmin Lang & Dawn’s argument over Lila’s sobriety – who’s supporting her, who’s not supporting her, who’s her puppy dog, yadda yadda. Dawn the Power Ranger is deflecting the crap out of Jazmin’s main points, ultimately accusing Jazmin of taking anti-anxiety meds from Lila at Lila’s intervention. Which has nothing to do with anything. Or does it? Lila comes down to tag out Jazmin as Dawn’s next victim, then Jazmin comes back to double team with Lila on Dawn. Dawn finally retreats to the comfort of the couch with the rest of the group while Lila & Jazmin scurry to a nearby bedroom to ponder why Dawn is such a total mean girl. In tears, Jazmin says she just can’t deal with Dawn anymore, sister in law or not: “First time, shame on her, second time, shame on me,” she says. So, is she really done? 

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Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion

It’s time to roundup this week’s reality TV viewer numbersReal Housewives of Atlanta, Shahs of Sunset, Southern Charm, and Teen Mom were the only shows on Reality Tea’s list to see an increase in viewership this week. Part one of the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion logged 3.382 million viewers, Southern Charm celebrated over one million viewers the first time this season, and Farrah‘s return to Teen Mom attracted 1.822 million viewers.

Not so lucky in the viewership department this week were Real Housewives of New York, Blood, Sweat, and Heels, Little Women: NY, and Million Dollar Listing New York. Real Housewives of New York managed 1.299 million viewers, but Blood, Sweat, and Heels, Little Women NY, and Million Dollar Listing New York all slipped under the one million mark this week.

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In last night’s episode of Little Women: N.Y., the ladies (and Jason Perez) travel to the Catskill Mountains for ski trip at the behest of Kristin Zettlemoyer. Lila Call struggles with her sobriety, while Jazmin Lang and Dawn Lang take advantage of the close quarters on the trip to completely trip out on each other.

We start the show with Jordanna James visiting Misty Irwin to hear her big news: Misty is going to walk in a fashion show in a $100 bill skirt and crop top. Jordanna confesses that she’s going to be walking in the same show and Misty’s not happy about her thunder just being stolen. Misty’s all “well, if you wanna do it then do it.” But she looks like she’s going to punch Jordanna in the face while she’s saying it. Meanwhile, Dawn is taking Lila to the gym to get her into healthier activities now that Lila has recommitted to her sobriety. Lila apologizes for basically calling Dawn an alcoholic too (at Lila’s recent intervention), but Dawn’s a$$ is still chafing at the accusation. Dawn pledges not to drink around Lila to support her recovery, though she calls out Jazmin for not speaking up during the intervention as much as she should have. Lila sees Dawn’s shady motives in throwing Jazmin under the bus, but leaves it alone for now. 

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Reality TV Viewers Love & Hip Hop Atlanta

It’s time to roundup the reality TV viewer numbers for the week. An impressive 3.545 million viewers tuned in for the season four premiere of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. The season seven finale of Real Housewives of Atlanta attracted 2.979 million viewers, bringing its regular season average to 3.14 million. For comparison’s sake, the season six finale drew an audience of 3.816 million and the pre-reunion season average was 3.83 million.

Most of the reality shows on our list, including Shahs of Sunset, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, MDLNY, Dance Moms, and Southern Charm, saw an increase in viewership this week. Farrah’s dramatic return to Teen Mom OG attracted 1.657 million viewers. The birth of Terra and Joe’s daughter Penelope on Terra’s Little Family averaged 1.723 million viewers between two episodes. See how the rest of your shows are doing below.

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On last night’s Little Women: NY, the group circles the wagons around Lila Call, whose recent drinking relapse gives them all a wake-up call. We begin at a restaurant with Dawn Lang & Jazmin Lang, who have tension brewing since their disagreement about Jazmin’s performance in Jordanna James recent burlesque show. But they’re not here to fight. They’re here because Christy McGinty (of Little Women: L.A.) reached out to Dawn about Lila. Christy, a recovering alcoholic, walks into the restaurant to tell Dawn & Jazmin that Lila’s been sending her weird texts at all hours of the day this past week, telling her she’s been drinking wine, and has basically fallen off the wagon. Lila was sober for about a year up to this point, having been to rehab in the past and a participant in AA since then.

Christy asks the girls if Lila’s been drinking. Jazmin evades the question, not wanting to “throw Lila under the bus.” “Have you guys gone out drinking with her?” Christy flat out asks them, and Dawn finally says yes. She says Jazmin has been drinking with Lila too, although Jazmin has been basically struck mute in the corner of the booth. The ladies then confess that they’ve seen Lila drinking, but don’t think she’s out of control. Christy reminds them that some alcoholic’s “rock bottom” is death. Jazmin finally sits up and listens, and all three ladies agree that they need to confront Lila in an intervention. Christy reminds them that this is all out of love, not anger.

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

The reality TV viewer numbers are in – part three of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion attracted 1.965 million, bringing the season five average to 1.84 million viewers. For comparisons sake, season four averaged 1.827 million viewers. Love & Hip Hop wrapped up its fifth season with an average of 2.46 million viewers after 2.289 million tuned in for part two of the reunion.

Also this week, just under 1.1 million fans watched the season four premiere of Million Dollar Listing New York, roughly 1.8 million viewers sat through Kris and Kylie pretending to bond on Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and 2.631 million tuned in to see Claudia and NeNe face off on Real Housewives of Atlanta. Look below to see how the rest of your shows fared the week. 

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