Season 12 of RHOBH continues to perform well in the reality TV ratings on Wednesday nights while RHOSLC Season 3 returned down despite Jen Shah’s headline-making court case, according to just-released numbers.
Episode 20 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which saw Lisa Rinna and Kathy Hilton go head to head with Kyle Richards in the middle, earned a strong 0.34 in the P18-49 demo and 1,128,000 live viewers, according to Nielsen.
While not quite a season high, RHOBH is having a fantastic season when it comes to the live ratings. Twelve out of twenty episodes have earned a 0.30 or higher in the demo so far and the show is averaging over a million live viewers each week.
Meanwhile, RHOSLC returned down with the Season 3 premiere scoring a 0.26 in the P18-49 demo and 685,000 live viewers. The Season 2 premiere, meanwhile, earned a 0.31 and 806,000 live viewers back in September 2021 before dipping to a 0.23 and 598,000 live viewers for the season finale in February 2022.
This is the second series using RHOBH as a launching pad this year, with The Real Housewives of Dubai previously airing after Beverly Hills for the entirety of its first season.
Both shows tumbled in the rankings due to the top 150 cable shows being heavily dominated by news coverage of Hurricane Ian. RHOBH landed at the number 13 spot while RHOSLC took number 19 following shows like Storm Center, with the Weather Channel taking the top seven spots.
Season 3 of RHOSLC stars Jen Shah, Meredith Marks, Lisa Barlow, Whitney Rose, and Heather Gay and airs Wednesdays on Bravo following an all-new Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.