Total Divas Audience Rises Again - A Look At The Numbers Since The Show's Premiere

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This week's episode of Total Divas did an average viewing audience of 1,527,000 viewers on E. Below is a look at how the show has done since its premiere:

  • Episode #1 on Sunday, July 28, 2013 – 1,300,000 viewers
  • Episode #2 on Sunday, August 4, 2013 – 1,526,000 viewers
  • Episode #3 on Sunday, August 11, 2013 – 1,671,000 viewers
  • Episode #4 on Sunday, August 18, 2013 – 1,349,000 viewers
  • Episode #5 on Sunday, August 25, 2013 - 1,460,000 viewers
  • Episode #6 on Sunday, September 1, 2013 - 1,527,000 viewers
  • jackkedx10

    did it really rise again? if you see the week before summerslam they were at 1,670,00… this past week they are at 1,570,000… so if anything they have lost viewers since..

    • dean

      the show is up in ratings from the previous week’s show, so yes the show did rise in the ratings.
      wwe divas is beating tna each week and this just shows the power of the wwe brand.
      HAS BEEN HOGAN, middle aged sting and bitchoff need to accept the fact that it is no longer 1995. wcw is dead, Hogan and sting are old, and ted turner is no longer in the rassling business.

      • T-Zone

        Please don’t start with the WWE to TNA comparisons.

  • qbraggio

    Still got TNA beat!

  • Hercules Rockerfeller

    I gave up on the show after the fourth episode. That whole story with Cameron and Naomi fighting and hating on each other seemed, no not seemed, was very scripted! I could see right through that act! I’m done with the show.

  • If you’re a fan, you’re a mark

    I tried watching it…couldn’t get into it. Watched four episodes, even.

  • CJ Blaze

    I wonder how the finale will fair as it goes up against Night of Champions.

  • Kleck

    A partly scripted show about a fully scripted show’s behind the scenes drama. Hooray! In all seriousness, it’s nice to see WWE making a product for more mature audiances. The show is pretty entertaining.

  • Justin

    I enjoy Total Divas.