Oxygen on Tuesday set its all-time high-water mark, as the season finale of Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood became the most-watched program in the network’s nine-year history.
The season-four closer delivered 1.47 million total viewers in the 10 p.m. time slot, of which 1.04 million were members of the core 18-49 demo. According to Nielsen ratings data, the episode marked the first time Oxygen has broken the 1 million viewer mark among adults 18-49.
Tori & Dean also scared up 813,000 women 18 to 49 and 404,000 women 18 to 34.
While the Spelling-McDermott gang closed out their season with a bang, Oxygen viewers didn’t stick around for the 11 p.m. premiere of the unscripted series Addicted to Beauty. The first installment of the show, which focuses on the dysfunctional staff of a cosmetic-surgery clinic, lost 75 percent of its Tori & Dean lead-in, drawing a mere 364,000 viewers.
Addicted to Beauty moves into its regular Tuesday 10 p.m. time slot next week (August 11).