'The Kandi Factory' Rings in a Season High with Over 1.1 Million Viewers During Its New Timeslot on Sunday Nights

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April 30th, 2013

The Kandi Factory - Season 1

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BRAVO MEDIA’S “THE KANDI FACTORY” RINGS IN A SEASON HIGH WITH OVER 1.1 MILLION TOTAL VIEWERS DURING ITS NEW TIMESLOT ON SUNDAY NIGHTS

NEW YORK – April 30, 2013 – Bravo Media’s “The Kandi Factory” strikes a high note and delivers a season high with over 1.1 million total viewers in its new timeslot this past Sunday night, which featured Washington native Lizzy Vanpatten facing off Brandon Wolf, from Canby, OR. Additionally, the episode garnered nearly 700,000 among A18-49, according to Nielsen.

Bravo will air an additional new episode of the “Kandi Factory” tonight at 10pm ET/PT, where Kandi's team takes on Garrison, a "Soccer Mom" looking 42-year-old administrator with rock star dreams. But, Garrison’s aspirations become her nightmare as she is forced to confront her deep-seeded fears about sexuality when Kandi writes her a pop anthem titled “The Mighty O” – based on Garrison’s own personal journey with her sexuality. Facing off against Garrison is Kevin, a successful 28-year-old lawyer, eager to become the next R&B sensation. However, Kandi is not fully sold on his swag, and tries to teach him how to “woo” the ladies. The stakes are even higher this week as American Idol winner Ruben Studdard joins for a special guest appearance. For a sneak peek, visit: http://www.bravotv.com/the-kandi-factory/season-1/videos/can-you-make-kandi-jump-your-bones

“The Kandi Factory” settles into its new timeslot on Sunday, May 5 at 10pm ET/PT, where both protégé’s stories hit close to home for Kandi. In her most emotional challenge yet, she mentors Cory, a talented 18-year-old theater enthusiast who suffers from Autism, Tourette's syndrome, ADD and OCD. Cory is determined to overcome the odds, prove everything wrong and launch a music career with his soaring vocals. Up against Cory is Kristin, a stunning 25-year-old who is trying to fulfill her lifelong promise to pursue her musical dreams she made to her brother who died in a tragic accident. She decides to channel the pain into a heartbreaking ballad called “If You Were Here.” Will Kristin be able to deliver the emotional performance the song deserves?

“The Kandi Factory” is produced by True Entertainment and Kandi Koated Entertainment with Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh , Kandi Burruss, David Stefanou, Mark Ford and Kevin Lopez serving as Executive Producers.

Source: Nielsen Media Research, LS data

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  • Samuel

    Why is this a show?
    She’s likely the most boring on RHOA (followed closely by Cynthia) and you go and give her her own show?

  • Melanie P.

    @Samuel, I actually think Kandi is cool. She has had lots of success writing for many of the big names in the music industry. She is trying to find new talent, but there are just too many singing competitions on TV now. I much prefer her and Cynthia over Kim, but Kim has her own show too.

  • Mika

    Definetely the best time slot for the show less competition. I love the show!

  • Shane

    Kandi i love this show!!! Sunday is a much better night than tuesday….thanks BRAVO.

  • Marilyn

    Kandi is successful in my opinion because she’s real, and as she says she worked for it. I’m happy for her new show because she is helping real people try to make it in the music business. Instead of wasting her time with another Kim Zolciak.

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