“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” Season 13 Set for Franchise’s Strongest 35-Day Viewership Since 2014 (EXCLUSIVE)

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS -- "Soirees and Separations" Episode 1317 -- Pictured: (l-r) Garcelle Beauvais, Kyle Richards -- (Photo by: Nicole Weingart/Bravo)

Season 13 of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has garnered the highest viewership in the history of the series, as well as the highest viewership for any “Real Housewives” franchise since 2014, based on Multiplatform + 35 data.

The average viewership for the first 16 episodes of Season 13 over 35 days on Bravo and Peacock was 4 million viewers. Episodes 17-20 have not yet reached the 35-day mark, but they have shown strong performance based on same-day data, surpassing several previous episodes. If the final four episodes maintain or exceed the 4 million average over 35 days, Season 13 will surpass every other “Real Housewives” season since 2014, when “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” concluded its sixth season.

Of the 4 million average viewers for “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” 2 million belong to the adults 18-49 demographic.

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills After Show” has seen a significant increase in viewership this season. All episodes of the Season 13 After Show have accumulated a total of 12.1 million streams, marking a 241% increase from the previous season, and have been viewed for a total of 82.4 million minutes, representing a 381% increase.

Additionally, on Bravo, both “The Real Housewives of Miami” and “Married to Medicine” have experienced remarkable success this year.

Season 6 of “The Real Housewives of Miami” is poised to become the series’ most-watched season, with Episodes 1-16 averaging 1.8 million viewers based on Multiplatform + 35 data. Within the adults 18-49 demographic, the season has averaged 948,000 viewers.

Likewise, Season 10 of “Married to Medicine” is on track to achieve its highest viewership in over four years. The season has garnered a 35-day average of 1.9 million viewers across its first 13 episodes, marking a 24% increase from Season 9. Among the 18-49 demographic, 917,000 viewers have tuned in, reflecting a 32% increase from Season 9. Data for delayed viewing for Episodes 14-17 is still pending.

The statistics mentioned above are derived from a combination of Nielsen’s measurement of linear viewership on Bravo and NBCUniversal’s proprietary data regarding streams on Peacock.

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” is produced by Evolution Media for Bravo, with executive producers including Alex Baskin, Darren Ward, Maryam Jahanbin, Joe Kingsley, Brian McCarthy, and Andy Cohen. Andy Cohen also serves as an executive producer.

“The Real Housewives of Miami” is produced by Purveyors of Pop, with executive producers Matt Anderson, Nate Green, Cooper Green, Maty Buss, Bill Fritz, James Brangert, and Andy Cohen.

“Married to Medicine” is produced by FremantleMedia North America and developed by Purveyors of Pop, with executive producers including Matt Anderson, Nate Green, Mariah Huq, James Knox, Paul Yuan, Esther Frank, and James Smith-Hill.

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