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The reality TV viewer numbers are in with two returning long-running shows on the list, 16 and Pregnant and Real Housewives of Orange County.

16 and Pregnant kicked off season five with 1.194 million viewers and RHOC's season nine premiere attracted 1.703 million fans. For comparison's sake, the most recent premieres of RHOBH and RHONY garnered 1.592 million and 1.329 million, respectively. Six weeks in, 1.259 million watched much ado about nothing on Real Housewives of New York this week.

The season six finale of Real Housewives of Atlanta attracted 3.816 million fans, bringing its season average to 3.83 million. RHOA could finish season six with a four million average if the reunion shows do well - and that's likely considering the hoopla surrounding Kenya and Porsha.

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I don't know what I more saddened to learn about last night's Dance Moms…that it was ninety minutes long or that that it was the mid-season finale. Seriously, Lifetime? MID-SEASON? This season has been going on since before MacKenzie was born–at least that's how it feels! Of course, we finally got to meet the new team that Abby Lee Miller has been threatening to introduce for decades! 

The super-sized episode begins with Abby returning to the studio after the death of her mother. Her dancers share their condolences, and once again, both Maddie and I are in tears. Abby cuts through the emotional moment by forging ahead with the pyramid. Chloe is on the bottom due to her fifth place solo finish, with Nia following. Kalani rounds out the bottom tier for not standing out in group number. Kendall is in the third spot for her second place solo. Maddie is in second, with MacKenzie on the top for balancing dance and her It's a Girl Party video…which, by the way, is available for download on Lifetime. Do people really buy these things?

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The reality TV viewer numbers are in – 2.4 million viewers watched the season two premiere of Married to Medicine on Sunday. This is the second largest audience ever for Married to Medicine – the most watched episode was Mariah and Toya's nasty fight of course. Season one premiered to 1.89 million. Also Real Housewives of Atlanta logged its lowest audience since mid-December with 3.66 million viewers watching Porsha flake out on Kandi.

On Monday, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills secrets revealed special attracted 1.372 million fans, and 2.292 million watched Basketball Wives L.A. Meanwhile, T-Rav's dinner party on Southern Charm garnered 1.059 million viewers, which marks the first time Southern Charm passed one million viewers.

Teen Mom 2 ruled Tuesday night, as always, with 2.152 million viewers tuning in to see Nathan get arrested for DUI. An emotional episode of Dance Moms logged just 1.751 million, which is a season low and down nearly 670,000 since the season premiere in January. The mermaid parade on Real Housewives of New York attracted 1.204 million, and Bravo Ratings reported, "This is the lowest return since the third episode of their freshman season in 2008." 

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Last night's Dance Moms had my waterworks in full effect as Abby Lee Miller struggled with her mother's failing health. It's heartbreaking. As the episode begins, Melissa starts the water works with Abby after sharing that she'd been visiting with Mrs. Miller in hospice. Abby knows that her mother wouldn't want her moping around the nursing home, so instead she heads to the studio. The pyramid isn't going to reveal itself! 

Nia is on the bottom for not being on the group routine. That's fair. Holly is furious. Kendall follows for her second place finish, and she can't even look up from the floor. Kalani is third from the bottom for minor technical issues. Kira is confused. Her daughter was part of the highest scoring duet. Clearly the girls' performance in the competitions has nothing to do with their spot on the pyramid. MacKenzie is third overall for balancing dance and her budding musical career. Chloe is second for her winning duet with Kalani. Kira's point has just been proven. Maddie is on the top for shining regardless of dancing a solo. Abby proclaims her the star of the group dance that she wasn't present to see. Abby wants to dedicate this week's competition to her mother. Both Maddie and Chloe get solos. MacKenzie won't be in the group number since she needs to focus on her music video, but Nia will be dancing with her peers…maybe. Holly wonders if Abby is taking on too much in order to escape her feelings about her mom. Why yes. Yes she is. 

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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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