Project Runway 2 was the highest-rated 18-49 cable show Wednesday

With 1.8 million viewers, Wednesday night’s episode of Project Runway 2 was the highest-rated episode in the series’ history.

Of those, 1.4 million were ages 18 to 49, a series high and enough to make the episode the highest-rated show in that age group on any cable network.

More women are watching the show than ever before, and the average age of viewers is also dropping; according to a Bravo press release, “[t]he median age for the telecast was 30.6, [the] lowest for any Runway premiere telecast in either season.”

Bravo’s Project Runway #1 Program on Cable in 18-49 Demo for the Day [Bravo press release]

The Sing-Off loses its star

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