April 27, 2007 at 11:23 pm | Posted in Hip Hop News/Press Releases | Leave a comment

In its fourth season, BET’s COLLEGE HILL franchise has again made network history, outperforming its previous week’s record-setting ratings performance.  Last week, COLLEGE HILL 4 Episode Eight became the most-watched original series telecast in BET History with a 1.7 rating.  Tuesday night, COLLEGE HILL 4’s Episode Nine broke that record by a margin of 8% with its premiere of a 1.84 rating, averaging 2.2 million viewers, 1.8 million households according to Nielsen Media Research.  Additionally, COLLEGE HILL 4’s Episode Nine premiere was up an impressive 96% (.94 rating vs. 1.84 rating) over last year’s episode nine premiere.  Produced by Edmonds Entertainment and BET, COLLEGE HILL 4 is currently Cable’s #1 returning Original Series of 2007 among Black households (7.4 Blk US Rtg).  

Ratings for the fourth season of COLLEGE HILL started off strong with the special one-hour premiere earning an impressive 1.4 BET coverage rating during the 10 p.m. ET/PT debut hour on Tuesday, March 6 and Episode Three garnering a 1.42 BET coverage rating on Tuesday, March 13, according to Nielsen Media Research. Since then the weekly numbers have increased dramatically, with this week’s episode up 29% from the season’s average of 1.43 and making history as the #1 April telecast in BET History. 

In Episode Nine of COLLEGE HILL 4, the after-effects of the stiletto conflict were still felt throughout the cast as Vanessa was ultimately asked to leave their luxe Virgin Island digs. Viewers can watch as the drama unfolds every Tuesday night at 10 p.m. ET/PT on BET.


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