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'Braxton Family Values' and 'SWV Reunited' finales reap ratings success

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We tv is continuing to enjoy ratings success as "Braxton Family Values" and "SWV Reunited," two of their top shows concluded their seasons well. Both shows ended the season with large numbers.

"Braxton Family Values" follows the lives of the Braxtons, Toni, Traci, Towanda, Trina, and Tamar and their mom, Evelyn. The season three finale of delivered nearly 1.5 million total viewers and 896,000 adults 18-49.

"SWV Reunited" is the story of female singing trio SWV reunite after a 15-year hiatus. The finale of WE tv’s newest hit series, delivered more than 1 million total viewers and 672,000 adults 18-49.

"Braxton Family Values" continues to grow its audience on WE tv. The third season was the series’ most-watched, and SWV Reunited debuted as one of the strongest first seasons in the history of the network. On finale night, the performance of these two shows made WE tv a top 10 network across all ad-supported cable networks for women 18-49 and 25-54.

Watch the Braxton Family Values season finale.

The season 3B finale of Braxton Family Values ranked #1 in Primetime Cable Reality on Social Guide, with #BFVFinale trending on Twitter for most of the one-hour finale.

We tv is still on the move. On Thursday, it's hit show "Mary Mary" will return for its third season.


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