What Color is Love? Continues Lifetime Movie Network’s Ratings Success With Sunday, January 18, Premiere
Story of Real-Life Court Battle Ranks as Lifetime Movie Network’s 3rd Highest Rated Original Movie Ever Among Women 18-49 and Women 25-54
What Color is Love? joins other successful, record-breaking Lifetime Movie Network original productions among W18-49, namely the top two highest rated films, The Capture of the Green River Killer and Little Girl Lost: The Delimar Vera Story.
The premiere’s delivery among W18-49 was 27 percent above the Network’s average for originals and 13 percent above its average for W25-54. The ratings increased with each consecutive half-hour during the movie’s two-hour presentation. In households, the film’s performance was a strong 1.9 rating.
What Color is Love? is based on a true story about an interracial love affair that turns into a controversial custody battle. The original movie stars
The next Lifetime Movie Network original film will be Taken in Broad Daylight, starring
Lifetime Movie Network (LMN) is the #2 women’s channel, behind only Lifetime Television. The Network, which just celebrated its 10th anniversary, is riding high, posting its highest-rated Third Quarter ever. LMN total day ratings among W18+ surpass Discovery, FX, TLC, Bravo, E!, Oxygen, WE, SoapNet and ABC Family. The
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