RUNWAY WALKS OFF: “Project Runway” ended season six on a high note, but not all of its fans migrated from Bravo to Lifetime to watch the program. The finale drew 4.2 million viewers on Thursday night, closing its first season on Lifetime. That audience is slightly smaller than the 4.8 million viewers of season five’s finale, which aired on Bravo. Throughout the season, Lifetime gathered 3.2 million viewers on average, slightly lower than season five’s 3.6 million fans. Season six moved to Lifetime after the network paid $200 million for the show and its spin-offs, but the show remained in limbo for several months when Bravo parent NBC Universal sued The Weinstein Co., the program’s producer, for breach of contract. The suit was eventually settled out of court.
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