‘Interior Therapy With Jeff Lewis’ And ‘Million Dollar Listing New York’ Both Earn Season Highs
via press release:
“INTERIOR THERAPY WITH JEFF LEWIS” AND
“MILLION DOLLAR LISTING NEW YORK”
BOTH EARN SEASON HIGHS REACHING MORE THAN ONE MILLION TOTAL VIEWERS
Network Pacing to Have Best April Ever
NEW YORK – April 26, 2012 – Pacing to be its best April ever, Bravo Media scored season highs for two of the networks newest series, “Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis” and “Million Dollar Listing New York,” both posting double digit growth since the season premieres (up 30 percent and 41 percent respectively), according to Nielsen. “Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis” earned a notable 1.03 million total viewers and “Million Dollar Listing New York” scored 1.05 million total viewers, marking the first time these series reached more than one million total viewers. Both series also showed impressive increases week-over-week with “Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis” up 50 percent and “Million Dollar Listing New York” up an astounding 69 percent among adults 18-49.
This momentum builds on the recent news that Bravo ranked as the #1 cable network among adults 18-49 on Sunday where it delivered its best Sunday in network history among all key demos.
On the next episode of “Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis” airing, Wednesday, May 2 at 9:00 PM ET/PT, Jeff and Jenni move in with Adam, whose girlfriend, Yvonne, wants to move into his Bel-Air home but isn’t comfortable with the design. As Jeff and Jenni begin to remodel the space they discover that it may not just be the design that’s making Yvonne uncomfortable. Sneak peek: http://www.bravotv.com/interior-therapy-with-jeff-lewis/season-1/videos/not-ready-for-commitment
Then on “Million Dollar Listing New York” airing Wednesday, May 2 at 10:00 PM ET/PT Michael tries to sell his biggest listing of the season by throwing a carnival-themed open house. Ryan does everything he can to get his Fashion Week party under control so that the owner, Ken, won’t yank him off this $25 million apartment. Fredrik, meanwhile, uses a new Gramercy listing to try and mentor his junior broker, Justin. Sneak peek http://www.bravotv.com/million-dollar-listing-new-york/season-1/videos/a-lot-of-talking-and-not-a-lot-of-listening
Source: Nielsen Media Research, program and April pacing based on LS data.
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