Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City Season 4 Premiere Steals Impressive Audience On Peacock In 3-Day Viewing

EXCLUSIVE: The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City is causing quite a stir on Peacock.

Season 4 premiered September 5 before making its way to the streamer the next day. After three days of viewing, the episode ranked as the streamer’s most-watched Bravo-first episode across the entire Real Housewives in the 18-49 entertainment demographic, according to NBCUniversal.

It’s also the most-watched Bravo-first premiere ever for Peacock in both total viewers and in the entertainment demo in the three-day window.

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Across all platforms, the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Season 4 premiere was up 8% in the 18-49 demo and 1% in total viewers compared to the first episode of Season 3.

The Season 4 premiere saw the women grappling with the aftermath of Jen Shah’s imprisonment after she plead guilty to wire fraud and money laundering charges in connection to a telemarketing scheme she found herself involved. The latest installment kicked off with plenty of distrust and soaring tensions, and there doesn’t seem to be a resolution in sight.

The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City is produced by Shed Media, a division of Warner Bros. Unscripted Television. Lisa Shannon, Dan Peirson, Lori Gordon and Tamara Blaich serv as executive producers. Andy Cohen also serves as an executive producer.   

The series airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo. Episodes are available to stream next day on Peacock.

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