HGTV said the Tuesday night telecast of Flip or Flop -- 1.7 million total viewers in the 9-9:30 p.m. time slot on a live plus same day basis -- was the network's highest-rated single showing of any primetime series since a House Hunters episode in April 2013. In the 25-54 age group, the show achieved a series-high rating of 0.92, or 903,000 viewers, the network said.
HGTV said that overall more than 6.2 million total viewers tuned in to the network on Tuesday night, making it HGTV's highest-rated Tuesday night ever among the 25-54 age group, excluding holidays.
Further breaking down the demographic results, HGTV said the Flip or Flop episode was a top 10 cable program on the night (June 17) among viewers ages 25-54 and women ages 25-54 with a household income of $100,000 and above.
The second season of Flip or Flop started in April. The show features Tarek El Moussa who, with his wife, Christina (both are pictured), flip new properties, while the cameras roll.