Bravo’s 2020 audience was captivated by hilarious hooks, drug bodies, alliances and key events thanks to The real housewives of Beverly Hills and Below Mediterranean Deck.
Both series took control of Bravo’s ranking in 2020, reflecting a shift in viewer preferences on the network. The last decade has focused on the Housewives franchise, including the iconic series The real housewives in Orange County. But, The real Atlanta housewives has long been the dominant of the network typically generating 2 million live viewers for a single program.
But RHOBH were the ones to watch the most Housewives series in 2020 thanks to months of rumors raising Denise Richards about the hook she is said to have made with Brandi Glanville. And although RHOBH ratings given Housewives, Below Deck Med it blew all Bravo displays in 2020 out of the water.
‘RHOBH’ hopes that audience communication will continue into 2021
Standards remained flat RHOBH ranging from a mid-range of 1.3 million to nearly 1.7 million scratches during the reunion, according to a ranking of shares from Bravo Ratings on Twitter. “S10E17 – 1.696 million viewers (0.55 18-49 demo) * quarter high in total viewership *,” the ranking controller report reported in September.
Some viewers were disappointed with the rankings. Many believe Lisa Vanderpump’s loss missed the series hard. “Difficult numbers for LVP stops,” one person replied Bravo levels a report of 1.564 million viewers in July.
Colin Macy-O’Toole, who is the Below Deck Med fans suspected that spectators may be tired of the same dinner parties and arguments seen on them Housewives. “I do not disparage these [Housewives] franchise, ”Macy-O’Toole told Showbiz’s fake page in July. “But I think [the reason] why do we have higher standards than [the Housewives] this is because every season is a real start. ”
“You always have to have some return but then ask them to interact with new people they have never met before,” he continued. “And the work environment is completely different. It ‘s not like they’re just hanging out like,’ Hey let ‘s go to this dinner party. ‘Who wants to see that? ”