Real Ratings: Atlanta’s “Housewives” Franchise Breaks Records
“Real Housewives of Atlanta” made its season seven debut on Sunday, Nov. 9 and apparently a lot of people were watching.
The reality series had historic numbers for the Bravo network, landing a record-breaking 3.8 million viewers—the highest premiere ratings in the channel’s 30-year history.
“Real Housewives of Atlanta” is up 23% this season overall and also landed an impressive 2.2 million in the coveted 18 to 49 adult demographic.
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As previously reported by AlwaysAList.com, former full-time cast member Porsha Williams will appear on the show only on a part-time basis this season. Actress/singer Demetria McKinney will also be a part-time cast member this year.
The premiere episode featured Parks dealing with her husband Apollo Nida getting sentence and preparing for prison, as well as Burruss and her husband, Todd Tucker arguing over whether Parks should be more supportive of the father of her two sons.
The episode also features Leakes making her debut as the first celebrity host of Cirque Du Soliel’s “Zumanity” show in Las Vegas, and Moore talking to Bailey about life after being beat up at the reunion by Williams.
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