Love & Hip Hop

Reality TV Viewer Numbers Keeping Up With the Kardashians

It’s time to roundup the reality TV viewer numbers for the week.

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Keeping Up with the Kardashians is off to a great start, with 2.547 million tuning in for the season 10 premiere. For comparison’s sake, the season nine average was 2.3 million. Southern Charm returned this week, also, but to a much smaller audience of 871,000 viewers.

As for the shows that wrapped up this week, 1.466 million watched part two of the Vanderpump Rules reunion, 1.34 million tuned in to see the season finale of Little Women L.A., and 805,000 sat through the disaster that was the Mob Wives reunion. Take a look below to see how the rest of the shows are doing.  


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Something was missing on last night’s Love & Hip Hop, but I can’t quite pinpoint what it was. Did any of the ladies in Rich’s harem of crazy decide he wasn’t worth it? Nope, that wasn’t it. Did we watch genuine story lines fraught with raw human emotions? Yeah, I’ll let you stop laughing before you answer that question. Oh, I know! Peter Gunz was nowhere to be found. Nailed it! 

Yandy Smith doesn’t understand why Mendeecees is taking an issue with her firing Remy. She won’t be disrespected by her fiancee’s employees, and he doesn’t understand how a firing equates to her having Kimbella jump his assistant. Yandy tries to explain that Remy was mouthing off, and she gives her best impression of how Remy reacted to being fired by her boss’ future wife. When she doesn’t win that argument, she changes the subject to their upcoming baby shower. She barely fares much better with that conversation.


Reality TV Viewer Numbers RHOBH Ratings

It’s time to roundup the reality TV viewer numbers for the week.

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills logged its largest audience since January with 1.961 million tuning in to see Brandi Glanville slap Lisa Vanderpump. The aftermath of Phaedra Parks and Kenya Moore’s face-off over Mr. Chocolate on Real Housewives of Atlanta attracted 3.604 million viewers.

Also this week, Love & Hip Hop and Little Women LA remained as steady as ever, Shahs of Sunset dropped down to just over one million viewers, and the reunion specials for Vanderpump Rules and Mob Wives failed to outperform the season finales. Look below to see how your shows are doing.


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Last night’s Love & Hip Hop once again took a turn for the ratchet. We preheat with women falling all over men who don’t give two flips about them, mix in some horrific wig courtesy of Chrissy Monroe, and serve with a half-baked brawl at some random nightclub. Later, rinse, repeat!

Not surprisingly, Yandy Smith is still livid about Mendeecees’ false claim that their son was in the emergency room just to get her to answer the phone. That’s normal, right? She’s catching up with Kimbella (welcome back!) who I would never have recognized, and she shares that she has barely spoken to Mendeecees in the last week because she’s so mad. Kimbella is shocked to hear about Mendeecees’ stunt and Yandy’s subsequent fight with his assistant. However, Kimbella wonders if Mendeecees may have felt disrespected. Perhaps he’s owed an apology? Like Yandy, I am perplexed by Kimbella’s take on the situation.


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Last night’s Love & Hip Hop introduced us to the illustrious Astrid. In her thirty second scene, Amina Buddafly’s mother spoke more sense than anyone at anytime on this franchise…ever. I realize that’s not saying much, but this woman was on point. Can we have her at the helm of Love & Hip Hop: Hamburg

As the episode begins, Yandy Smith is still reeling from fiancee Mendeecees telling her that Amir was in the hospital because she forgot to pick him up at school. Mendeecees is frustrated that Yandy doesn’t think his work is as important as hers. Why does he always have to be the one on carpool duty? Mendeecees doesn’t understand how he did anything wrong, and Yandy can’t understand how he can’t see how his behavior was that of a total asshat. His true colors are starting to show. 


 Kim Richards confronts Lisa Rinna on the airplane

In reality TV viewing this week, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills continued to decrease, not quite hitting a season low (1.35 million) but landing at only 1.6 million nonetheless.  And several other shows also saw a slight drop, as well. 

With 70% of the country buried in snow and in a deep freeze, you’d think that more people would be indoors by the fireplace binge watching trash TV! 

Check out how your favorites fared this week!  And tell us below why you think some aren’t gaining back audiences?


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Holy girl power, Bat(wo)man! Last night on Love & Hip Hop, the ladies were standing up for themselves, whether it was with unnecessarily gratuitous clothing optional model or pregnancy shoves. Estrogen was in the air for sure! Rich Dollaz is meeting with Jhonni about her recent apology turned smack down with Precious Paris. Jhonni hopes that Rich won’t find her at fault…after all, she came to the boutique at his request and with good intentions. However, if she’s going to take the heat, she hopes it comes delivered by Rich 50 Shades of Grey style. She warns him that if she’s put in that situation again, Paris will need a stretcher. Rich reminds her that she’s not a gangsta rapper, she’s an R&B performer. She’s a lover, not a fighter. She starts playing footsie with him under the table, and while Rich is adamant he wants to keep their relationship purely professional, he does invite her to sit in his lap for a proper lecture before following her home. Game over.

Ever since Yandy Smith decided that Mendeecees’ intern was her number one target, things have been a bit tense between the newly betrothed couple. She tells him that she met with Remy, and he’s frustrated that she won’t let him handle his own business. Yandy shares that Remy is trying to single-white female her by showing the Instagram outfit that Remy copied for their meeting. Mendeecees believes that Remy is just aspiring to be successful like Yandy, but he’s too tired to argue. He promises to have a talk with his new assistant about the importance of respecting his fiance.


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Mona Scott Young deserves the slowest of slow claps. She is always trying to outdo herself in crazy drama. Unfortunately, she didn’t realize that when she cast Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, she was going to create the perfect storm, one which even the franchise’s creator couldn’t live up to in the grand scheme of VH1.

But, gracious, she certainly keeps trying! In an effort to bring new life to the original Love & Hip Hop, Mona has brought in a few new cast members. None are so memorable as Baltimore native Chrissy Monroe. She dates music producer Chink Santana, she’s got long-standing beef with Erica Mena due to her past as an alleged madame career as a modeling mogul, and she’s got a suitcase full of wigs that leave Kim Zolciak envious. Well, maybe not, but the lady has some serious hair pieces!


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