EXCLUSIVE: Southern Charm and Southern Hospitality are cooking up some good ol’ fashioned ratings wins for Bravo.
Through seven days of delayed viewing Southern Charm Season 9 is shaping up to be the series’ most-watched season in four years, according to Nielsen data. The season is averaging 2.1M views per episode, which is up 21% versus Season 8.
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In the 18-49 demo, Season 9 managed an average of 1M viewers, which is a 27% increase over the prior season.
The finale episode, which aired on Bravo January 4, is the show’s most-watched episode across all platforms in the last four years, with 2.3M viewers in seven-day viewing (about 1.1M from the 18-49 demo).
The show also posted a win on streaming, setting a new series high in Peacock viewership for Part 1 of the Southern Charm Season 9 reunion. In the seven-day window, the episode managed 2.3M viewers. Since Part 2 of the reunion aired on January 18, 7-day viewership is not available yet.
While Southern Charm is over for now, Southern Hospitality is just heating up. Season 2 is currently averaging 982,000 total viewers across platforms in the seven-day viewing window. About half a million of those viewers come from the 18-49 demo.
The show is seeing gains on Peacock, up 103% over Season 1 in terms of total viewers, as well as linear TV, where the audience is up 12% in total viewers (through seven days).
Southern Charm is produced by Haymaker East with Aaron Rothman, Josh Halpert, Jessica Chesler, Thomas Kelly, Erin Foye, Simonette Rossi, Shannon Wilson, Whitney Sudler-Smith, Bryan Kestner, Jason Weinberg and Jason Newman serving as executive producers.
Southern Hospitality is produced by Haymaker East with Aaron Rothman, Josh Halpert, Jessica Chesler, Alexandra Faccinto, Bill Langworthy and Erin Foye serving as executive producers and Jesse Light as co-executive producer. Leva Bonaparte and Lamar Bonaparte will also serve as executive producers. New episode air Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo and stream next day on Peacock.
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