Basketball Wives L.A.

Basketball Wives L.A.  Jackie Sundy

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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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.



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.


Los Angeles premiere of 'Basketball Wives LA' - Arrivals

Um, so, ahh…I'm not quite sure what to do with this post. Perhaps I should preface it with situations like this is likely how Jackie Christie got the nickname "Wacky Jackie." Maybe I should categorize it under "where in the H-E-double hockey sticks do paps get their questions?"…I'm just not quite sure.

The Basketball Wives: L.A. star was minding her own business, leaving the mall with pal Sundy Carter, when a paparazzo stops them with an interesting inquiry. In the minute that transpired on video, Jackie and Sunday respond by describing how to torture a mean ol' cat. Confused yet? Me too!


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Brandi Maxiell is this season's newest addition to Basketball Wives: LA, but she's been through enough in her life to stay above the petty drama of her co-stars. In 2007, when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at age twenty-four. She discusses beating the odds and dealing with the pettiness of the other ladies of BBW: LA, save for friend Malaysia Pargo

Speaking to Life & Style, Brandi shares, “When I was diagnosed, I had just graduated from college and I was engaged, so I thought I was going to come to Detroit [where she was living at the time], live with my fiancé and I thought I was going to have a lifetime of fun. Literally three weeks of me living in Detroit, I started to feel all these symptoms and my life went for a turn.”



The reality TV viewer numbers are in – but there's not a whole lot to report this week. Real Housewives of Atlanta and Keeping Up with the Kardashians didn't air due to the Oscar Awards. Several shows ended recently – and Lisa isn't the only one crying over losing Vanderpump Rules and being stuck with Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. The other shows are holding steady. 

On Monday, RHOBH garnered 1.833 million viewers. That's right in line with this season's average. There's one regular episode, a three-part reunion, and a secrets revealed episode left to go. Need. More. Wine.  Also, 1.896 million tuned into Basketball Wives L.A. on VH1, and 983,000 watched the premiere of Southern Charm on Bravo.

On Tuesday, just over two million die-hard fans sat through Dance Moms, and 2.114 million viewers watched Teen Mom 2. The season 7 premiere of The Game on BET knocked Teen Mom 2 out of the top spot with a fantastic rating and 3.356 million viewers. And 993,000 watched Flipping Out on Wednesday.



The reality TV viewer numbers are in.

Good Numbers:  Real Housewives of Atlanta continues to interest a large audience. 4.041 million tuned in for the Bailey Bowl drama this week. The season finale of Sister Wives attracted 2.235 million and 1.916 million stuck around for the tell all special, bringing the season average to 2.025 million.

Steady: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills trip to Puerto Rico attracted 1.8 million and Basketball Wives L.A. logged 1.882 million viewers this week. Dance Moms and Teen Mom 2 consistently log strong and steady numbers despite giving us two of the most hated reality TV stars in recent history – 2.069 million sat through Abby's abusive ways and 2.222 million couldn't resist Jenelle's shameful behavior.  

Bad Numbers: 2.072 million fans watched Keeping Up with the Kardashians this week. That's a 500,000 drop from last week's over-hyped proposal show. Part two the Shahs of Sunset reunion garnered 1.044 million viewers. Do you think Shahs of Sunset will return with a season average of 1.272 million?



This week's reality TV viewer numbers were all over the place. On Sunday, just over four million viewers watched Kenya's charity ball for Saving our Daughters on Real Housewives of Atlanta. That is a considerable drop from last week's record breaking 4.638 million but still above this season's average. 

The commitment ceremony nonsense on Sister Wives is not holding viewers' attention.  Only 1.825 million bothered to watch this week – down almost 600K since the premiere. Keeping Up with the Kardashians scored big this week with 2.574 million tuning in to see Kanye propose to Kimmy. Sweet. Now let's send these two to the moon. Forever.

On Monday,  1.952 million viewers tuned in for the season three premiere of Basketball Wives L.A. Meanwhile, both Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (1.711) and Vanderpump Rules (1.780) lost a lot of viewers this week – but Vanderpump Rules came out on top again.

On Tuesday, part one of the Shahs of Sunset reunion garnered 1.151 million, which is a drop from last week. The trainwreck that is Dance Moms these days logged just over two million viewers this week. Forever ruling the night is Teen Mom 2 – and 2.403 million heads exploded after Jenelle and Nathan decided that they were in a good place and want to make a baby.


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