Is it the end of an era for Bravo? Not only is the network's new franchise The Real Housewives of Dallas producing measly ratings, but the numbers for The Real Housewives of New York have also dropped!
Nearly 1 million viewers checked out the series premiere of RHOD, TV By The Numbers reports.
But by week two 920,000 people tuned in. It got even worse week three, as only 828,000 kept up with LeeAnne Locken, Brandi Redmond, Stephanie Hollman, Tiffany Hendra and Cary Deuber.
The first two episodes of RHOD had a 0.4 rating, meaning only 0.4 percent of people in the 18 to 49 age range watched. The third episode had a rating of 0.3.
RHOD isn't the only bust for Bravo, as The Real Housewives of New York's Season 8 premiere suffered its lowest ratings yet! Only 1.245 million viewers tuned in for the April 6 premiere.
While Bravo's highest-rated show, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, is still going strong with a Season 8 premiere of 2.96 million viewers, the ratings were lower than the show's 3.5 million average viewers in 2014.
Do you think Bravo is in trouble if RHOD and RHONY continues to drop in ratings? Sound off in the comments!