NEW YORK, NY – August 18, 2016 —WE tv’s franchise hit “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” just completed a successful fifth season that averaged 1.1 million viewers per episode in Nielsen live+3 ratings, including 706,000 adults 25-54 and 532,000 women 25-54.
The “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” season five finale on August 12 delivered (live+3):
- 1.2 million total viewers, an increase of 76 percent over live/same day
- 733,000 adults 25-54 an increase of 92 percent over live/same day
- 584,000 women 25-54, an increase of 87 percent over live/same day
“‘Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars’ is a franchise hit for WE tv that shares a focus on relationships with many of our most popular shows,” said Marc Juris, president of WE tv. “The calling card for WE tv is delivering real and relatable moments, and it doesn’t get much more real or relatable than a house full of explosive personalities fighting for (or against) the survival of their most personal relationships. We can’t wait for the show to return this fall with a dynamic new cast for season six.”
The fifth season of “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” ranked as the #3 unscripted cable show on Friday nights between 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. among adults and women 18-49 and 25-54.
Source: Nielsen AMRLD, Live+3. 6/3/16-8/12/16. 9p-10p strict daypart. W/P18-49 & W/P25-54 000s. Ad-Supp Cable originals, new eps only.
Season six of “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” returns this fall to WE tv. Moving into the house will be Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert (“Bachelor in Paradise”), Karen Gravano and Storm (“Mob Wives”), Keke Wyatt and Michael Ford (“R&B Divas: Atlanta”) and Jim and Amber Marchese (“Real Housewives of New Jersey”) plus a surprise mystery “throuple”— the first in Boot Camp history!
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