Love it. HGTV’s “Love It or List It” has set a new series high in ratings with its 201st episode.
The Monday, Dec. 30 episode of Hilary Farr and David Visentin’s competition earned a 0.92 rating among adults 25-54, according to Nielsen. That number counts three days of delayed viewing and is 61% better than what the time period earned, on average, across the prior six weeks.
It also made last week’s episode the No. 2 show on all of television in that particular demo. The 9 p.m. hour did even better among women of that age range (a 1.25 rating) and drew 3.4 million total viewers.
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“Love It or List It,” which launched way back in 2008, follows designer Farr and real estate expert Visentin as they help fed-up families with lackluster houses make one important decision: are you going to love it or list it? The titular ultimatum is a rallying cry for homeowners ready to make a change — either by staying in their existing home that Farr remodels to accommodate their lengthy wish list or by opting for a new home that Visentin finds to better meets the needs of the family.
The series is the No. 2 most-streamed show on HGTV Go.
“Love It or List It” airs Mondays at 9/8c on HGTV.