BRAVO'S "WORK OUT" SEASON TWO PUMPS UP VIEWERSHIP
"Work Out Reunion: Watch What Happens" Special To Air Tues. May 15, 10 P.M. ET/PT
NEW YORK � May 9, 2007 � Bravo's docu-drama "Work Out" pumped up its season two adult 18-49 viewership by 20 percent over season one (586,000 vs. 489,000), according to Nielsen Media Research. The eight-episode series, which concluded its run last night at 10 p.m. ET/PT (5/8), featured the daily lives of Sky Sport & Spa owner Jackie Warner and her trainers as she opened Skylab; faced new romantic dramas and said goodbye to dear friend and fellow trainer Doug Blasdell.
Season two of "Work Out" also out-paced the first season by 9 percent in total viewers (747,000 vs. 685,000). Next week Bravo presents the "Work Out Reunion: Watch What Happens Special" hosted by Bravo's Senior Vice President of Programming Production, Andy Cohen, who also hosts Bravo's broadband series "Watch What Happens," Tuesday, May 15 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT. Cohen catches-up with Warner on her love life and career, as well as interviews her trainers Gregg Butler, Rebecca Cardon, Zen Gray, Erika Jacobson and Andre Riley.
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Nielsen NHI Live+Same Day data.