Atlanta Housewives set record with finale



    The season finale of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" shattered records for Bravo.
    According to The Hollywood Reporter Sunday’s episode of "RHOA" snagged 4.4 million viewers, making it the most-watched episode in the whole "Housewives" franchise ever. The majority of viewers, 3.1 million to be exact, came from Bravo’s target 18-49 demographic.
    The Atlanta housewives must really have been doing something right this cycle because it seems everyone was tuning in to watch what happens. Reportedly this was the most-watched season in franchise history, pulling in an average 3.5 million viewers every week. That’s up 47 percent from last season’s finale.
    Kim Zolciak doesn’t understand the hype, though. During her recent sit-down on "The Wendy Williams Show," Kim told Wendy she thought the finale was "a snoozefest."
    And when Wendy asked whether buzz about NeNe leaving the show was true, Kim replied, "We all have a contract. Where you going, boo?" Check out what else the reality TV star had to say about her castmates in the video below.




    – Sonya Eskridge




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