Originals Boost Bravo's Sunday Primetime Performance

Bravo continues to build with the Nielsens on Sunday, its fifth original night of programming.
The NBC Universal network averaged 1.55 million watchers, including 1.05 million persons 18 to 49 on Nov. 14, according to Nielsen data. The performance marked the first time Bravo has averaged more than 1 million of the viewers Madison Avenue covets most on a Sunday night.
Bravo averaged 2.78 million viewers with reality show The Real Housewives of Atlanta on Nov. 14,  with 1.92 million persons 18 to 49 among them. Those marks were up 11% and 7%, respectively, from Atlanta's season' bow on Nov. 7, when Bravo opened its fifth night of original series fare.
Bravo's late-night talk show Watch What Happens: Live, hosted by Andy Cohen, delivered 1.23 million total viewers and 787,000 persons 18 to 49.
In addition to Atlanta and Watch What Happens on the first day of the week, Bravo's other four night of originals are scheduled as follows: Tabatha Salon Takeover (Mondays beginning Dec. 6); Millionaire Matchmaker and The Fashion Show: Ultimate Collection (Tuesdays); Top Chef Just Desserts (Wednesdays); and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Watch What Happens: Live (Thursdays).