Cable network VH1 lead the pack this week all in the name of hip-hop.

According to Deadline, Monday night (March 13) over 3 million people tuned in to “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” Season 6 and “Hip Hop Squares.”

The Viacom-owned VH1 drew more than 3 million viewers and a 2.35 Live+same day demo rating for the Season 6 bow of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, and its lead-in Hip Hop Squares drew a combined 1.49 L+SD demo rating for its two-episode premiere.

“Hip Hop Squares” over-delivered with 3.2 million viewers, which included viewership from encore airings. Reportedly this was the best-rated series premiere since “Stevie J & Joseline Go Hollywood,” which aired January 2016. Produced by Ice Cube’s Cube Vision, Jesse Collins Entertainment and Jeff Kwatinetz’s the Firm, “Hip Hop Squares” is an hip throwback of the original Hollywood Squares format. Celebrities are seated throughout the over-sized tic-tac-toe board battling it out with hilarious dance battles, lively cocktails and comedy. The show is hosted by comedian/actor DeRay Davis.