Lifetime’s The Two Mr. Kissels attracted more than 4.2 million viewers and garnered a 3.3 household rating Saturday night, network officials said Monday.
John Stamos (ER) and Robin Tunney (The Mentalist) starred in the true story of two multi-millionaire brothers who marry the women of their dreams only to wind up dead.
The Two Mr. Kissels attracted more than 1.3 million women viewers 18-49. Lifetime’s The Memory Keeper’s Daughter and Coco Chanel, which recorded 5.8 million viewers and 5.2 million viewers, respectively, were the top two most-watched original movies on basic cable this year.
The network’s next original movie, Flirting with Forty, will premiere Saturday, Dec. 6 at 9 p.m. ET. It stars Heather Locklear as a lonely divorcee who falls in love with a younger man during a Hawaiian vacation.