The continuation of Without Breasts there is Paradise proved to be a hit on its own right with a debut episode that ranked first among primetime drama series in America on key demos thanks to 1.3 million in total viewers.
Without Breasts there is Paradise was a top rated drama for Telemundo, and its continuation, The End of Paradise, has also become a hit on its own right.
The show’s debut episode, which premiered on August 13, ranked first among primetime drama series in America among adults 18-49 and adults 18-34, according to Nielsen.
Viewership average counted 1.3 million in total viewers, while the adults 18-49 demographic tallied 648,000 viewers and the adults 18-34 tallied 309,000.
In addition, the show was also the #1 most social drama series regardless of language, according to Nielsen Social.
Breaking down the numbers by city, The End of Paradise was the #1 show of the night, regardless of language, in New York and Miami among adults 18-49; the #1 Spanish-language program in primetime among A18-49 in Los Angeles; and the #1 Spanish-language program at 9pm among A18-49 in Dallas and Chicago.
A continuation of Without Breasts there is Paradise, this series begins with Catalina Santana unknowingly working hand-in-hand with her worst enemy, “La Diabla” (Reyes), who infiltrates the DEA with a new identity to bring about Catalina’s destruction and finally put an end to the rivalry that catapulted this story more than 10 years ago.
It stars Carmen Villalobos, Fabián Ríos, Catherine Siachoque, Gregorio Pernía and Kimberly Reyes.