Bravo’s The Fashion Show averaged 1.32 million viewers and 802,000 adults 18-49 on Thursday night. That was up 78% in adults 18-49 versus the previous week’s episode. Here’s the full press release from NBC:
BRAVO’S “THE FASHION SHOW” DELIVERS OVER ONE MILLION VIEWERS & IT’S AN ALL MALE FINALE ON “SUPERMODEL”
WITH OVER ONE MILLION VIEWERS,
“THE FASHION SHOW” DELIVERS HIGHEST RATED EPISODE TO-DATE
“The Fashion Show” Tackles Real Women’s Problem Areas Thursday, June 4 At 10 PM ET/PT
It’s An All Male Finale On Bravo’s “Make Me A Supermodel,” Wednesday, June 3 At 10 PM ET/PT
NEW YORK – June 1, 2009 – Bravo’s The Fashion Show’s delivered over one million total viewers last week, the series’ highest rated episode to-date in all key demographics, up 78 percent among adults 18-49 and 80 percent among total viewers versus the prior week’s episode, according to Nielsen Media Research. “The Fashion Show’s” fourth episode posted a 1.19 HH cvg. rating, with 1.32 million total viewers and 802,000 adults 18-49.
On this week’s episode of “The Fashion Show,” having an eye for detail can make or break any one of the ten remaining designers, on Thursday, June 4 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The elimination challenge is all about shape and proportion. Using padding and body enhancing fabrics that lift and flatten, the designers will need to help hide real women’s problem areas while enhancing their assets. Stylist Rebecca Weinberg joins Isaac Mizrahi, Kelly Rowland and Fern Mallis on the judges’ panel. The winning design will be available for purchase on BravoTV.com. For an early look at episode five, go to: http://www.bravotv.com/the-fashion-show/videos/just-not-looking-right.
The men rule the catwalk as the remaining three models face off for the ultimate title of Supermodel on the season finale of “Make Me A Supermodel,” Wednesday, June 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. It’s a test of endurance with a marathon of two major photo shoots and an extended catwalk challenge.
The first shoot is with world famous photographer, Timothy Greenfield Sanders, and the second for Cosmopolitan magazine, captured by famed celebrity photographer Marc Baptiste. A final twist comes as the models are each surprised with a visit from a family member, who accompany them to a SoHo art gallery where their best shots are on exhibit. Fashion photographer and music video director Matthew Rolston joins “Make Me A Supermodel’s” four judges for the final deliberation. For a sneak peek of the finale, go to: http://www.bravotv.com/make-me-a-supermodel/videos/the-final-three.
Last week’s twelfth episode of “Make Me A Supermodel” was up 20 percent among adults 18-49 and up 16 percent among total viewers, versus the prior week’s episode and up double digits versus the prior season’s equivalent in key demographics.
Source: Nielsen Media Research, Live + Same Day through 5/28/09
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