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for The Coveteur
According to Bravo Ratings, "it’s almost certain that there won’t be a sophomore season for Courtney Kerr. (Kerr's) eighth episode saw its ratings fall from the seventh (which had fallen from the sixth) to 610,000 viewers of which 392,000 aged 18-49 – Demo 0.30.
That means that its season-to-date average ended up as 625,125 people per episode (385,575 aged 18-49 – Demo 0.33) which of course is even lower than the cancelled show from which is was spun-off.
Most Eligible Dallas throughout its 8 episode freshman season, garnered 828,625 viewers per episode (18-49 Demo 0.44), and Courtney Loves Dallas rated -24.56% less than that in its total audience and -25.71% less in the 18-49 demo.
Given that Most Eligible Dallas was cancelled by Bravo Media after just one season, it seems very safe to assume that Courtney Kerr’s spin-off will be also."
I spoke to Kerr today who remained coy on the situation. When asked when she would know about a second season, she gave me a sly grin like she already knew and said, "I'll tell you when I'm allowed to tell you." Her cocky grin told me she isn't too worried. Even if a second season never occurs (and I hope it does) I can assure you that this is not the last we have seen of Miss Courtney Anne Kerr. You can still catch her every Monday through Friday
Read more about Courtney Kerr by clicking here or Courtney Loves Dallas by clicking here.