The show, a spin-off of Little Women: Atlanta, is only in its second season after premiering Nov. 2, 2016. It chronicles the lives of a group of Little People as they navigate friends, frenemies and careers in North Texas.
Bri Barlup, Emily Fernandez, Asta Young, Amanda Loy, Tiffani Chance, Caylea Woodbury and Brichelle Humphrey star in the series that supplanted Shark Tank, which held the title in the map's first year (probably helped along by Dallas billionaire Mark Cuban's involvement).
Hunted, a CBS reality show about regular folks who have to remain fugitives for 28 days to win a cash prize, conquered the most land. It was the favorite in five states.
Other shows with significant land mass were Bachelor in Paradise and Dancing With the Stars.
CableTV.com used Google Trends to determine each state's favorite show. The website found that "people tend to be fans of shows related to their state," thus New York's love of Mob Wives.
Along with all of the drama among friends, it's probably one of the reasons for the dominance of Little Women: Dallas in Texas. Saddle up this week; Little Women: Dallas airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Lifetime.