The Grammy Awards happened this weekend but not many people were watching. The show got only half as many viewers as it did last year.
This isn’t surprising because the show was a celebration of the radical left. Even the riots of last spring were glamorized.
It’s amazing that anyone tuned in to watch.
The Hollywood Reporter has the story:
TV Ratings: Grammys Suffer Steep Fall in Early Numbers
Like many other recent awards shows, Sunday’s telecast was way down from 2020.
The Grammy Awards joined a host of other awards shows in experience sizable ratings losses.
CBS’ broadcast of the awards drew 8.8 million viewers and a 2.1 rating among adults 18-49, according to time zone-adjusted fast national ratings from Nielsen. Out of home viewing — added in the final ratings — will likely bump that total up further, but the show will still likely end up with only about half of its 2020 audience: 18.69 million viewers and 5.4 in the final ratings.
The Grammys also came in well behind CBS’ performance last Sunday, when the network drew 17.8 million viewers for Oprah Winfrey’s interview special with Meghan Markle and Britain’s Prince Harry about their stepping back as senior members of the royal family.
Part of the show was borderline pornography:
— Mike Adam (@MikeAdamOnAir) March 15, 2021
Another segment seemed to celebrate the riots of last spring:
— AHMED FOR REAL🐐 (@249Savage) March 15, 2021
There’s going to come a point where no one watches these shows at all anymore.