OLD AND BUSTED: Ratings For Golden Globes Awards Show Fall To Historic Low

The ratings are in for this year’s Golden Globes Awards show and they are not good at all.

No one wants to watch awards shows anymore, especially if they involve Hollywood.

Who wants to watch a bunch of sanctimonious left wing hypocrites applaud each other as they trash the rest of America?

The New York Post reports:

‘Woke’ Golden Globes tanked: Ratings hit historic low in 2023

The numbers are in, and the ceremony was not watched across the globe.

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The 2023 Golden Globes on Tuesday night hit a historic low in viewership numbers, bringing in just 6.3 million people, according to data from Nielsen. For comparison, at the height of the pandemic, in 2021, the broadcast drew 6.9 million, while 2020 boasted 18.3 million viewers.

Hosted by comedian Jerrod Carmichael, the show, which aired on NBC, started with a bang, as he addressed the elephant in the room — and the reason why last year’s telecast was cancelled — about the lack of diversity among the Hollywood Foreign Press, the awards’ parent organization. He also got in a zinger about Scientology‘s allegedly missing First Lady, Shelly Miscavige.

The Globes’ lack of diversity and inclusion may have been enough to keep some viewers tuned-out this year. Meanwhile, as the anti-“woke” warriors of Twitter would indicate, a more self-aware awards show wouldn’t be enough to get them interested.

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The night was filled with a mix of good and bad moments. Plenty of big name shows won, including “House of the Dragon” bafflingly taking the “Best Drama” series trophy, for some reason, and Colin Farrell and Martin McDonagh both winning big for their film, “The Banshees of Inisherin.” Eddie Murphy got a career achievement award and gave an amusing speech.

What a shame.

The numbers just keep going down.

Hollywood should give it a rest.


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