The numbers don’t lie. People are sick and tired of hearing from the liberal elite and stuck to their guns by not watching the Oscars this year.
According to The Smokeroom, The Oscars lasted nearly four hours this year — the longest the show has run in almost ten years and fewer people watched it this year than almost any other in history and a botched ending wasn’t enough to help it out.
According to early numbers from Nielsen, the Oscars pulled in a 21.4 rating among metered-market households on Sunday night, which is nine percent lower than last year’s 23.4 rating. An estimated 34 million people watched the awards show in 2016, so that number will surely dip once final numbers are out Monday.
Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway caused a serious ruckus Sunday night when they announced the wrong winner for “Best Picture.”
It was supposed to go to “Moonlight,” but Beatty and Dunaway mistakenly opened the envelope for “Best Actress,” which went to Emma Stone in “La La Land.”