ABC’s Oscar telecast reached all-time lows in the ratings, falling sharply from last year.The three-hour-plus broadcast averaged about 23.6 million viewers and a 5.3 rating among adults 18-49, well below the 29.56 million and 7.7 for last year’s awards — which aired two weeks later. The Oscars were down 20 percent year to year in viewers and 31 percent in the key ad-sales demo of adults 18-49.Last year’s Oscars stopped a four-year ratings slide, growing the audience for the first time since 2014.Sunday’s show also falls well short of previous ratings lows for the Oscars, set in 2018. That year the telecast averaged 26.54 million viewers and a 6.8 rating in the demo; Sunday was down 11 percent in viewers and 22 percent in adults 18-49 from prior lows.The Oscars join the Emmy Awards in suffering steep ratings declines. The September 2019 Emmy broadcast on Fox fell by 32 percent in viewers and 29 percent in adults 18-49 from the previous year. By comparison, the declines for January’s Golden Globes (off by 4 percent in viewers and 10 percent in the 18-49 demo) and Grammys (down 6 percent in viewers, 4 percent in the demo) were fairly slight.
Americans no longer care about these frauds. Americans will watch their movies. They will enjoy watching many of them. However, they don’t care about their political views. They don’t care about their stances on Climate Change. They don’t care about their views on immigration.
We are done listening to these people!
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