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March 19, 2013

After dip in ratings, third episode of ‘Myrtle Manor’ bounces back to 1.2 million viewers

The second episode of TLC’s “Welcome to Myrtle Manor” may have seen a dip in ratings, but Sunday’s show brought in nearly as many viewers as the premiere episode.

The second episode of TLC’s “Welcome to Myrtle Manor” may have seen a dip in ratings, but Sunday’s show brought in nearly as many viewers as the premiere episode.

Sunday’s show averaged nearly 1.2 million viewers after pulling in about 925,000 on for the second episode on March 10, according to Nielsen, the company that measures the ratings of television shows. The March 3 premiere averaged 1.3 million viewers.

On Sunday, History Channel's “The Bible” and AMC’s “The Walking Dead” had the most viewers with about 10.8 million each.

TLC spokeswoman told The Sun News earlier this month that it’s against the network’s policy to discuss the ratings of their shows in comparison to others.

“Myrtle Manor” is a docu-series that was shot in Patrick’s Mobile Home Park off of Highway 15 in Myrtle Beach last year.

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