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Losing Interest? 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' Loses A Half Million Viewers In Just One Week!

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Feb. 27 2014, Published 6:37 a.m. ET

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Ratings continue to plummet for the royal family of reality TV, who once boasted an average 3.39 million viewers per episode — and has learned they dropped another half million viewers in just one week!

Kim Kardashian's engagement to Kanye West in Feb. 16 episode titled Surprise Engagement — Part 2 brought in the highest ratings of Season 9 with an average 2.57 million viewers.

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But viewers tuned out the next episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians and rating dropped a staggering half million viewers to 2.07 million.

The numbers don't lie when it comes to the Kardashians, and while they remain front page in entertainment news, fans of the E! show are dropping like flies.

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As previously reported, the show has been on a downward spiral and no amount of drama, weddings, divorces or separations is going to bring back the numbers the show once had.

Keeping Up With the Kardashians

Just four seasons ago 3.39 million viewers on average were watching and its slipped to 2.4 million for Season 8 — with numbers for the current season looking even more dreadful.

And the Season 9 premiere bombed, with its lowest ratings in three years.

What will take to keep the Kardashians relevant — or are you over them? Sound off in comments below…



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