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Total Bellas ratings continue to fall

This past Sunday’s (May 27) Total Bellas series continued to bleed viewers as episode two aired on E!.

According to ShowBuzz Daily, Sunday’s episode of WWE’s Total Bellas on E! drew 505,000 viewers and ranked #19 for the night on cable in the 18-49 demographic.

This is down from the season three premiere, which drew 517,000 viewers and ranked #24 for the night on cable.

The NBA Playoffs topped the night on cable with more than 15 million viewers across two airings.

Below are counts for last season and this season so far:

Episode 1: 517,000 viewers
Episode 2: 505,000 viewers

Season 1 Total: 3.842 million viewers
Season 1 Average: 640,000 viewers per episode

Season 2 Total: 4.702 million viewers
Season 2 Average: 587,750 viewers per episode

This episode, titled “What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting” featured more wedding planning, Brie training for her comeback, and more.

Did you watch this week’s episode? What do you think of this season so far? What do you think of this news? Sound off in the comments below.

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