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RHOA Soars In Ratings Against RHOBH And RHOM

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After the season premieres of The Real Housewives of Atlanta and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the ratings are in and RHOA will remain Bravo’s #1 show. The season 6 premiere had 3.108 million viewers, according to Bravo Ratings. 1.592 million viewers tuned in to watch the premiere of RHOBH Monday night, which is a solid number compared to seasons past. As for The Real Housewives of Miami, a record breaking 1.374 million watched Joanna’s Bachelorette party on Sunday night, while 957,000 caught the wedding Monday.

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  • Kelton Bynes

    hmmm does this mean rhom could be renewed for season 4? if so, please add like 5 new housewives damn.

  • Anonymous

    The husbands and boyfriends of the Real Housewives might better start getting worried. In the past they seem to be “killed off” to boost ratings. Jeffs death was understandable due to the cancer but there have been at least 3 other deaths associated with the RH Franchise which seems statistically high considering the number of people involved and the relatively young age.