'Who Do You Think You Are?' Posts Double Digit Gains From Premiere in Households and Demos

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July 31st, 2013


via press notes:

WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? posted double digit gains vs. last week’s premiere among HH and demos.

Tuesday’s episode – featuring Christina Applegate- averaged a 1.6HH rating, a 1.2 W25-54, a 1.0 W18-49/18-34, and 2.2M P2+ viewers. For Women, the episode was up +50% among W25-54, +43% among W18-49, and +67% with W18-34.  It was up +36% with P2+ total viewers.

Source: Nielsen, 7/30/13, 7/23/13. Cov Rtg/(000s).

WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? takes celebrities on a journey into their personal histories, mining their surprising pasts to reveal unknown details about themselves and their families. The series opens the doors to the fascinating real life stories of some of the most well-known names in America, sharing how the eye-opening revelations they uncover about their backgrounds impact their lives today. The series is Executive Produced by Lisa Kudrow and Dan Bucatinsky.

Next week’s episode of WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? (airing Tuesday, August 6 at 9/8c on TLC) features Chelsea Handler.
Chelsea Handler confronts her family’s deepest mystery: her grandfather Karl Stoeker’s rumored Nazi past. Chelsea finds her grandmother’s memoirs that describe a family struggling to survive in a desperate time, while also uncovering surprising details about her grandfather’s service as a World War II German soldier. By the time her journey comes to an end, Chelsea is finally able to put to rest the questions surrounding Karl’s service in the Nazi regime.

  • Joe

    This shows back on! I loved it!

  • danny

    The dirt and troubles in Applegates life garner better ratings than any of her last 3 shows. Imagine that!

  • TomK

    NBC was so foolish to get rid of this GREAT SHOW!!!

  • Jay

    They need to stop doing eps linking these celebs to some important historical figure. This shows so much more interesting when it tells an emotional story

  • JoeF

    @TomK even though I LOVED the show you cant blame NBC for canceling it, the ratings were jus awful.

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