OWN’s Love & Marriage: DC wrapped Season 1 on a high note in the ratings, according to this weekend’s numbers.
Part 2 of the LAMDC reunion earned a 0.07 in the P18-49 demo and 390,000 live viewers in the ratings, reports Nielsen. While not a season high exactly, Episode 13 ties for second place in the demo and and boasts the second-largest audience of Season 1 overall, and this isn’t even including DVR and delayed viewings.
Saturday’s episode also earned the largest audience for the show in eight weeks since the previous season high in viewers back on June 11 (0.07 / 394,000).
Overall, LAMDC Season 1 averaged a 0.06 in the demo and 307,000 viewers in the ratings across thirteen episodes. For comparison’s sake, Season 4 of Love & Marriage: Huntsville averaged a 0.08 in the demo and 452,000 viewers across fifteen episodes when it aired on OWN from March to July of this year. In recent weeks, the series has boasted some of its largest numbers yet and without having LAMH as a lead-in.
LAMDC Season 1 stars Monique Samuels in her return to television post-Real Housewives of Potomac alongside her husband Chris Samuels, Jamie and Erana Tyler, and Roberto (DJ Quicksilva) and Ashley Silva, with Neil and Tasha Lyons, and Winter Williams, appearing as friends of the cast. The series is the second in what is now a Love & Marriage franchise for OWN, with Love & Marriage: Huntsville being the first.
No word yet on whether Love & Marriage: DC will return for a Season 2.