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MTV’s ‘The Challenge Hits Highest Ratings in 5 Years


According to SF Gate, the latest episode of MTV’s “The Challenge: War of the Worlds” has become the highest-rated episode of the show since 2013. The episode received a 1.55 rating among adults under 50 across live viewing and three days of delayed playback. The second episode of “War of the Worlds” is being considered the best-rated episode of the “Challenge” franchise since 2013’s “Rivals II” which first aired nearly 10 seasons ago.

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