Bravo's 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Sets New Ratings Record

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'Watch What Happens: Live' also outperforms TBS' 'Conan' across all key demos.


The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills attracted 3.7 million total viewers in a combined telecast average of the 9 p.m. original and 10pm encore presentations, according to Nielsen. 
The 9 p.m. hour drew 2.31 million total viewers and 1.48 million adults 18-49, making it the No. 1 telecast among the 18-49 viewers. 
It is now the highest rated episode of the season among total viewers. 
The 10 p.m. hour attracted 1.42 million total viewers and 932,000 adults 18-49. 
Watch What Happens: Live - hosted by Andy Cohen – also beat out all late-night cable talk shows, including TBS' Conan by 36 percent among total viewers and 13 percent among adults 18-49.
The episode -- which featured Camille Grammer revealing that she met ex Kelsey Grammer’s new fiance -- attracted 1.5 million total viewers and over 1 million adults 18-49.