Challenge: Spies, Lies & Allies Ratings

The Challenge Spies Lies & Allies: Episode 3 Ratings

Ratings for Episode 3 of Spies, Lies & Allies

Three weeks in. Are numbers getting any better?

Episode 3 was viewed by 506,000 people and received a 0.30 rating in the 18-49 demographic. It was the fifth highest rated cable show of the evening.

This episode has the lowest number of viewers I have ever seen for a debut episode. It’s still a top 5 cable show for the night, bit it’s a big a drop from last week and a decline compared to prior seasons. You know somebody at MTV is freaking out.

3 comments

  1. This is what happens when they cast a bunch of people no one has heard of and no on is interested in. It feels like they care more about gaining new viewers overseas than keeping current viewers in the States.

  2. Lets face it, the show is pretty horrible, and each season is more of a bore than the one before. So many newbies no one ever heard of, Vets are now boring barely newbies like Big T and the girl who won last season but just came back as a replacement this season. How forgettable is she, that she won last season and I can’t even remember her name? Where is Laurel, Cara, Emily, etc.? Everything seems manufactured, all the story lines seem prepared and guided. The whole agents, agency, pretending like they are some kind of modern day spies like James and Jamie Bond, it’s just silly! Why do I still watch! Well, actually I don’t really, it records on my DVR and I fast forward or put the episodes on in the background and pay minimal attention. Not very fun or funny these days, maybe it’s time…

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