Bravo's Late-Night Show Happens Before 2 Million Viewers

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Bravo's late-night show Watch What Happens: Live is a happening.

The June 14 installment averaged 1.91 million viewers, a series high, according to Nielsen data, in helping Bravo record its biggest Monday night audience to date, according to network offcials.

Hosted by Andy Cohen, Watch What Happens: Live also scored with 1.25 million adults 18 to 49, as the episode was the show's best ever among all key demos, outpeforming Comedy Central's Daily Show with Jon Stewart, TBS's Lopez Tonight and E!'s Chelsea's Lately -- by double-digits among all key groups, according to Bravo officials. 

The late-night talker has averaged 1.35 million total viewers for the past 10 weeks.

Elsewhere, part two of the season three reunion special of The Real Housewives of New York City averaged 2.05 million total viewers and 1.32 adults 18 to 49. The third and final reunion special is scheduled for June 17 at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).

For its part, the June 14 installment of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, which featured the departure of Dina Manzo, delivered 2.75 million total viewers and 1.9 million adults 18 to 49 and was Bravo's highest Monday telecast ever among all key demos.