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Total Divas ratings highest of season 2 for finale featuring Daniel Bryan, Brie Bella wedding

This season of Total Divas, the second in the series, has seen up and down ratings from a season high 1.55 million for episode three all the way down to a season low 750,000 for episode eight. Well, the viewership total is in for the season 2 finale.

The show averaged 1.55 million viewers, a number E! is touting as a big success:

Los Angeles, CA, June 2, 2014 - E!'s hit series Total Divas powered to a season high with its season 2 finale episode garnering a whopping 1.55 Million Total Viewers as well as netting nearly 1 Million Adults 18-49 (961,000) and impressive numbers in Adults 18-34 (656,000), Women 18-49 (618,000) and W18-34 (412,000).

This marked the best telecast of the sophomore hit since 3/30/14 in Adults 18-49 (961,000), Women 18-34 (412,000) and Households (1.19 coverage rating). It was the second-most watched telecast in the history of the series so far among Total Viewers, since 8/11/13. Total Divas increased its year over year time period average by +4% in Total Viewers (1.55 Million), driven by growth in M18-49 (+31%), and the season 2 finale outperformed the season one finale (12/15/13) across-the-board by double-digits including Adults 18-49 (+33%), Adults 18-34 (+31%) and in Total Viewers (+19%).

During the sophomore run of the series, Total Divas has reached over 7.7 Million Total Viewers and 4.6 Million A18-49. Currently, Total Divas is a Top 5 ad-supported cable program in its Sunday 9-10pm time period with Women 18-34 (#3) and Adults 18-34 (#5).

On the digital front, Total Divas garnered 17,000 Tweets and ranked as the #2 ad-supported cable or reality program of the night (excluding sports). Season 2 averaged a #3 social rank among ad-supported cable and #2 versus reality.

Considering the fact that the show was up against the WWE Payback pay-per-view (PPV), that number is very strong. Just imagine what they could have done had they not scheduled it this way.

Here are the numbers for the entire season:

Episode one: 1.07 million
Episode two: 1.28 million
Episode three: 1.55 million
Episode four: 1.16 million
Episode five: 1.39 million
Episode six: 1.14 million
Episode seven: 0.96 million
Episode eight: 0.75 million
Episode nine: 1.3 million
Episode 10: 1.04 million
Episode 11: 1.55 million

To get up to date on episode 11, the season two finale, click here to watch the show.

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