‘Vanderpump Rules’ Ends Scandoval Season as Most-Watched Cable Series of 2023, Reaching 11.4 Million Viewers

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“Vanderpump Rules” concluded its tenth Scandoval-filled season as the most-watched cable series of 2023 to date among adults 18-49, according to Nielsen’s live rating data plus three days.

As longtime Bravo fans and newly-initiated ‘Vanderpump’ viewers tuned in to the twists and turns of the drama surrounding Ariana Madix, Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss, ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Season 10 pulled in over 11.4 million. total viewers to date across all platforms, with over 115 million hours logged for the season so far.

The three reunion specials – airing Wednesday, May 24, Wednesday, May 31 and Wednesday, June 7, respectively – reached 6.5 million viewers across all platforms over three days of viewing.

Fans were on the edge of their seats to see the cast of “Vanderpump Rules” reunite after the explosive season 10 finale, which captured the immediate aftermath of Madix’s discovery of the months-long affair between Sandoval, her longtime boyfriend, and Leviss, one of her closest friends.

The first May 24 reunion special, filmed in late March a few weeks after the scandal broke, drew 4.6 million total viewers across all platforms in three days of viewing, making it the episode “Vanderpump Rules.” “the most-watched episode to date and the most-watched Bravo episode of any series in over nine years.

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As the uncensored extended reunion episodes became available on Peacock the day after they aired on Bravo, the ‘Vanderpump Rules: Pumped Up Edition’ for reunion part 3 saw Peacock’s highest viewership on day one. of all programs on the NBCU entertainment slate. on the streamer.

With the end of the tenth episode and the start of production on season 11 this summer in Los Angeles, “Vanderpump Rules” has become the fastest growing unscripted series in the past year on air and television. cable in terms of live demo and three-day viewership. in adults 18 to 49 years old.

The cheating scandal immediately drew more viewers to the reality series as the March 8 episode, the first episode to air since the scandal broke on March 3, drew the most viewers. Bravo show viewers at the time with 2.2 million viewers and the highest rating. among the 18-49 demo the series had seen in nearly three years.

While the March 8 episode was filmed before the scandal, the show made up for it to feature the cheating scandal in its season 10 finale, which hit a series high at the time both among viewers with an audience of 4.1 million and in the demo. with 2.4 million viewers, according to Nielsen live plus three days of viewing.

The Bravo reality series, which follows the staff of Lisa Vanderpump’s three bars and restaurants in West Hollywood, SUR Restaurant & Lounge, Pump Restaurant and Tom Tom Restaurant & Bar, is produced by Evolution Media. EPs from the series include Lisa Vanderpump, Alex Baskin, Jen McClure-Metz, Joe Kingsley, Jeremiah Smith, Natalie Neurauter and Ken Todd.

All episodes of “Vanderpump Rules” now air on Peacock.

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