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‘White Water’ Makes TV One Ratings History

‘White Water’ Makes TV One Ratings History

“White Water,” the period dramedy starring Sharon Leal and Larenz Tate, directed by Rusty
Cundieff, and produced by Dwayne Johnson-Cochran, made TV One ratings history.

The original
TV movie, which premiered on the network last Saturday, was the most watched TV
One original movie premiere for the network since
November 2011.

It was
also, according the network, the No. 1 TV One movie telecast among Total Adults, 25-54, and the second most watched TV One program so far this year, behind the No. 1 most watched show, the NAACP Image Awards.

On the
social media scale, “White Water” ranked #5 in Nielsen Social’s Daily Top 5
ranking for Saturday Feb. 7Th

All this is good news for
TV One, which plans to produce and broadcast 9 original TV movies during the
2015 season, of which “White Water” was the first.   

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