Its 1.37 million viewers represent “the highest rated Wednesday series premiere ever for the network in all key demos in the 10 p.m. time period” and a 96 percent increase over the show’s very first season, according to a Bravo press release. In addition, 907,000 people ages 18 to 49 watched. The 11 p.m. repeat brought another 636,000 viewers. 18-49.
The debut also drew people online: Bravo says its web site had “its highest page views for a series premiere in nearly three years with 276,000 hits in its premiere day.” Andy Cohen is probably peeing in his BravoTV.com boxers.