"The Sisterhood," the new reality series following the lives of preacher wives, saw a drop in viewership Tuesday. According to rating figures released Wednesday, Jan. 9, a lot of people failed to return after the season premiere earlier this month.
As previously reported, "The Sisterhood" premiered with 958,000 viewers tuning in on Jan. 1. This week, just 655,000 viewers tuned in for 9 p.m. airing of "The Sisterhood."
It is unclear what caused the serious drop, but there was a lot criticism following the season premiere. As reported last week, several leaders spoke out against the show. A petition was also launched, calling for the cancellation of the series.
In related news, "Totally T-Boz," a series that precedes "The Sisterhood" and focuses on TLC member Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins working on a solo album, also saw a serious drop in viewership.
Airing at 8 p.m., "Totally T-Boz" drew just 638,000 viewers, down from 937,000 viewers last week.