Bravo has plans to set sail on a third season of yachting reality series “Below Deck,” renewing it one day after the show drew its best ratings of the year.
According to Nielsen estimates, the second-season finale of “Below Deck” averaged more than 1.4 million viewers, including 710,000 adults 18-49 — week-to-week gains of more than 20% in both categories. Among women 25-54, the only original cable series to rate higher last night was FX’s “Sons of Anarchy.”
On a “most current” basis, season two of “Below Deck” is averaging 1.5 million total viewers and 808,000 adults 18-49.
Bravo plans to extend the show’s second season with a “The Crew Tells All” special next Tuesday and a reunion special hosted by Andy Cohen on Nov. 4.
“Below Deck, which follows the crew of a luxury yacht as they deal with their wealthy charter guests, is produced by 51 Minds with Mark Cronin, Courtland Cox and Elise Duran serving as executive producers and Rebecca Henning as co-executive producer.