“Real Housewives of Dallas,” a newcomer to the “Real Housewives” franchise, averaged 1.38 million total viewers in its sixth week, up 10% vs. It matched its highest delivery to date in adults 18-49 (802,000), growing 16% vs. In its third week, new Wednesday series “Below Deck Mediterranean” delivered its best L 3 ratings to date among both adults 18-49 (803,000) and adults 25-54 (925,000) while drawing 1.4 million total viewers.It shot up from its May 10 episode by more than 40% in both demos And on Thursday, “Million Dollar Listing New York” delivered its second consecutive season high and third straight week of growth among total viewers.Tiffany Hendra: "I came to Dallas to shine my light, not to fight." Meh.
Juggling her search for the perfect southern gentleman while trying to make a name for herself in the fashion industry with the growing popularity of her fashion blog, Courtney proves that having it all isn’t easy.
The Bachelor and his new fiancée have been doing the publicity tour, smiling for the cameras, and gushing about how “in love” they are – but some serious red flags arose when Chris Soules announced they had not set a wedding date and had no intention to.
Doesn’t it seem strange that Chris and Whitney had mad wedding fever when they were filming the show, and now they aren’t even setting a date for marriage?
A fare gli onori di casa il maître Valerio Capriotti - già direttore di sala in ristoranti stellati e raffinate botteghe gourmet come Roscioli, Uno e Bino, Al Ceppo a Roma, il ristorante Duomo a Ragusa -, che si ritrova a fare un po' la parte del comandante Stubing in Love Boat - o forse meglio della direttrice di crociera Julie Mc Coy - che coordina entrate ed uscite e accompagna le coppie verso il proprio dopo-cena.
Un personaggio che nella prima puntata resta abbastanza sullo sfondo ma che in una dating soap ha ampie possibilità.