Proving last week’s poor performance to be the exception rather than the rule, “Party Down South” significantly improved its viewership and adults 18-49 rating this week.
Thursday’s edition of the CMT reality series attracted 732,000 viewers with a 0.41 adults 18-49 rating.
The former number represents the series’ second-largest viewership average; only the January 30 episode, which garnered 843,200 viewers, reached more eyeballs.
The latter number represents a series high performance for “Party Down South.” The previous high 0.39 rating was delivered by the February 6 edition.
Both figures were also up considerably from last week’s numbers; that episode, which ended the show’s string of hot performances, posted a 0.32 rating with 589,000 viewers.