Jerseylicious episodic

via press release:


LOS ANGELES – April 30, 2013 – Style Media’s popular docu-series “Jerseylicious” sets new ratings record for the season, delivering its highest-rated episode among Total Viewers (544,000) for the second consecutive week, according to Nielsen. On Sunday, April 28 at 8pm ET/PT, “Jerseylicious” was up +11% among Total Viewers compared to last week’s episode and also garnered 230,000 W18-49.

On Sunday’s episode of “Jerseylicious,” Tracy celebrated her 25thbirthday party with an 80s themed party and a photo of Tracy with Gigi’s ex-boyfriend created more drama for the feuding friends. “Jerseylicious” airs Sunday nights at 8pm ET/PT on Style, with the fifth season finale premiering May 5, as Olivia prepares for a high-profile hosting gig and recruits her salon colleagues, including Tracy and Gigi.

“Jerseylicious” is produced by Endemol USA with Alex Duda and Anthony Dominici serving as executive producers. Sarah Weidman and Merah Chung executive produce the series for Style.

Source: Nielsen, NPM, Live + Same Day Data – Jerseylicious #513 (Sun, 04/28/13, 8:02P-9P) vs. Jerseylicious #512 (Sun, 04/21/13, 8:02P-9P) P2+ and W18-49 Impressions

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