via press release:
OXYGEN’S NEW DATING SERIES “FIND ME MY MAN” EARNS NETWORK’S BEST SERIES PREMIERE OF 2013
Nearly One Million Viewers Watched Premiere and Encore
NEW YORK – April 10, 2013 – Viewers seeking dating advice flocked to Oxygen as the network’s newest programming entry “Find Me My Man” earned 995, 000 total viewers across two airings on premiere day (9pm and 11pm), according to Nielsen. The series, which focuses on daters in the Miami area, features tough-love matchmaker Natalie Clarice as she helps the City’s hard-to-match ladies find love. Marking the network’s highest series premiere in 2013, the premiere episode delivered impressive ratings in key demos including 688,000 total viewers, 406,000 adults 18-49 and 332,000 women 18-49. Compared to the prior four week time period, last night’s premiere was up double digits, up 65 percent among women 18-49, 51 percent with adults 18-49 and up 42 percent with total viewers. In the 9pm hour, Oxygen was the #4 cable network among women 18-34. For more information, visit www.oxygen.com and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/OxygenPR.
Digital innovation further powered Oxygen’s ratings success as the network premiered a digital webisode titled, Find Me My Man: Bad Girls Club Bootcamp, featuring three Bad Girls from Season 10 working on their dating flaws with help from Natalie.
In support of the series launch, Oxygen conducted a national dating poll which yielded some interesting results including a third of men admitted to lying to snag a lady online, while 27 percent of all daters admit to dating someone they knew was married. Also, 32 percent of men are willing to overlook a woman’s mustache and 1 in 10 women are okay with dating a smelly guy.
Next week on “Find Me My Man,” airing Tuesday, April 16 at 9PM ET/PT, matchmaker Natalie Clarice meets with two wildly different clients. Shay is a beautiful yet ditzy woman who needs Natalie’s guidance on how to use her mind instead of her body to meet the right men. Then L'Tesia, an uptight virgin who dresses provocatively, struggles when dating as men get into her personal space. Click sneak peek to check out next week’s episode.
“Find Me My Man” is produced by Endemol USA, with Alex Duda and Jason Sands serving as executive producers.