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Ratings: Bravo’s ‘RHOM’, ‘RHOP’, And ‘Married To Medicine’ Earn Big Numbers In Delayed Viewing

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Bravo’s RHOM, RHOP, and Married To Medicine earned big numbers in delayed viewing ratings with their recent premieres, according to just-released stats.

The network released the data via a Deadline exclusive, suggesting The Real Housewives of Miami earned 1.4 million total viewers across all platforms with its Season 6 premiere, The Real Housewives of Potomac scored 2.1 million total viewers for its Season 8 premiere, and Married To Medicine impressed with 1.6 million total viewers for its highly-anticipated Season 10 premiere.

According to the release, RHOM was up up 124% in total viewers and 75% in the demo compared to the Season 5 premiere. When it comes to streaming, the Season 6 premiere was up 9% over the prior season in both total viewers and in the demo on Peacock.

Potomac is THAT show!

RHOP is the real ratings winner, earning a million viewers in the all-important 18-49 demo alone. According to the release, the Potomac Season 8 premiere is the “show’s most-watched season premiere in eight years in terms of total viewers, up 15% from the Season 7 debut.” It is also the most-watched episode of RHOP ever on Peacock, landing at number 6 against “all next-day NBCU cable entertainment season premieres.”

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The RHOP Season 8 premiere earned 2.1 million total viewers in delayed viewing, according to NBC. (Photo: Bravo / TV Deets Composite)

The Real Housewives of Potomac seems to have given a boost to Married To Medicine’s ratings as well, with the series earning 723,000 viewers among adults 18-49 within its first seven days across platforms.

According to Deadline, this is an increase of 28% in total audience size and a 35% increase in the demo when compared to the Season 9 premiere. The Season 10 premiere is now the show’s “most-watched season premiere in more than four years since Season 7 in 2019.”

Delayed ratings and changing viewing habits

As viewing habits have shifted, Bravo has been forced to be more transparent with their numbers as live ratings continue to drop for most series. RHOM, for example, was originally a Peacock original but was moved to Bravo this year for Season 6, proving once again that live ratings truly do matter to the network.

While it is great to see these delayed viewing numbers, it would be even better if Bravo released the stats for all of their shows. The Real Housewives of Atlanta was plagued with reports about low ratings despite it beating almost all other Bravo shows in live numbers and now, there are suggestions the show could be rebooted, pushing fans to ask for consistency across the franchise.

The Real Housewives of Miami airs Wednesdays on Bravo, while The Real Housewives of Potomac and Married To Medicine air Sundays on Bravo. All episodes stream the next day on Peacock.

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