"Claim To Fame" ratings remain steady; Milledgeville guy makes the Final 4
ABC's "Claim To Fame," a reality series featuring 2019 John Milledge Academy graduate Logan Crosby, has averaged 1.81 million viewers per episode since launching on July 11.
Those are respectable numbers for the summer, when TV viewership typically is at its lowest. For any reality series, however, the ultimate measure of success is whether or not it's renewed for another season. At this point, ABC hasn't announced whether or not there will be a season 2 of "Claim To Fame."
The show, according to this overview, "looks at people who are on the fringe of celebrity, just out of the spotlight. This series challenges 12 celebrity relatives to step outside their famous family member’s shadow and to live together under one roof. They conceal their identity and lineage in a quest for their own fame and fortune. Over the course of a season, the relatives compete in challenges, form alliances, and play DNA detective in hopes of avoiding elimination. Their goal is to win the coveted $100,000 prize and to stake their own 'Claim to Fame.'"
For anyone in the JMA loop or for anyone who's done the proper internet snooping, Crosby's famous relative is country music artist Jason Aldean, a Macon native. The second-to-last episode is Monday at 10 p.m., while the finale is set for Sept. 17.