TLC Scores with Sunday Night Unscripted Lineup

Debut of 'Breaking Amish' spinoff paired with return of 'Sister Wives' bolstered the cabler's ratings

TLC pulled its biggest Sunday primetime aud since December over the weekend, with the premieres of reality programs “Sister Wives” and “Breaking Amish: LA.”

The season four bow of “Sister Wives” topped in its cable timeslot with women 25-54, and averaged 2.6 million total viewers.

The plural family program served as a lead-in to “Breaking Amish” spinoff “Breaking Amish: LA,” which debuted in the 10 p.m. hour to just under 2 million viewers, earning a 1.6 household rating.

“Sister Wives” is produced by Figure 8 Films, and “Breaking Amish: LA” by Hot Snakes Media.

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