VH1′s “Love & HipHop Atlanta” Reunion Episode Ranked Most Watched Cable Program In Black America
According to the weekly Nielesn Survey on Target Market News, VH1′s “Love & HipHop Atlanta” was ranked the most watched cable program among African Americans. The rankings were acquired for the third week of August, in which the “Love & HipHop Atlanta” reunion episode was broadcasted. The reunion episode drew in 3 million African Americans to the VH1 network.
The second most watched cable program in African American households that week was VH1′s “Single Ladies,” which drew in 2.2 million viewers. Among the top five watched cable programs in African American households that week were the Kirk Franklin-hosted “Sunday Best” on BET, the season finale of “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta,” and TBS’ “For Better or Worse,” which took the fifth and sixth spots.
Disney doubled its audience of young viewers over the previous week with a Friday night block that pulled 8.7 million across eight shows, making it the No. 1 network in African American households. VH1 was the No.2 network with the No.1 cable shows and 6.9 million viewers for three of its programs. BET was third with four million for three shows. Nielsen data recorded 30.5 million viewers for the Top 25 cable TV shows in African American households, which was 10 percent more than the previous week.