The ratings are in, and this season of Couples Therapy has been a huge hit! Season four has proven to be the most popular one yet thanks in part to the crazy antics of the current cast. Just like Dr. Jenn, we think a toast is in order!
Read all about the huge success of the series below, and tune in to the final installment tonight at 9PM ET/PT!!
VH1 “COUPLES THERAPY” HEADS INTO FINALE WITH MOST POPULAR SEASON TO DATE
Season 4 of “Couples Therapy” Pacing +50% P18-49
Thursday Nights on VH1 up 250% P18-49
NEW YORK (March 6, 2014) – This season, VH1’s hit series “Couples Therapy” served up some serious therapy for Hollywood’s most (in)famous couples, and fans sure seemed to notice. Season four of “Couples Therapy” is the series’ highest-rated and most popular season to date. Heading into finale, “Couples Therapy” is pacing up +50% from the prior season in the key P18-49 demo, and +60% with women 18-49. And thanks to “Couples Therapy” and hit “Mob Wives: New Blood,” Thursday nights on VH1 are up +250% among adults 18-49 versus the same time period last year according to Nielsen Media Research. “Couples Therapy” finales this Thursday, March 6th at 9 PM ET/PT on VH1.
This season of “Couples Therapy” featured some of the most controversial and difficult couples for host and lead therapist, Dr. Jenn Berman, to treat. From healing old scars with Taylor Armstrong (RHOBH) and boyfriend John Blueher, to treating a once again newly single Farrah Abraham (Teen Mom), to working on communication between Jon Gosselin (Jon & Kate Plus Eight) and girlfriend Liz Janetta, to addressing fidelity and trust issues with Ghostface Killah (rapper) and girlfriend Kelsey Nykole, and to smoothing out an exceedingly volatile relationship between Whitney Mixter & Sada Bettencourt (The Real L Word), Dr. Jenn pushed these couples beyond what everyone thought was even possible.
Tune-in to see how this group of celebs wrap up their therapy journey on the season finale of “Couples Therapy,” Thursday, March 6th at 9 PM ET/PT on VH1.
“VH1 Couples Therapy” is produced by Irwin Entertainment. Executive producing for Irwin Entertainment are John Irwin, Damian Sullivan, Rob Buchta and Sudi Khosropur. Susan Levison, Jill Holmes, and Laurel Stier serve as Executive Producers for VH1.