Grammys helps prove that awards shows getting super political & featuring Hillary can have a BIG effect on ratings

I said a “big” effect — but not a “positive” one.

The Grammy Awards’ ship smashed into a big iceberg last night, and the irony is it was one they placed in their own path:

It’s a demo low for the telecast, as it still skews young and the audience drops by 24 percent.
Sunday’s Bruno Mars-loving Grammy Awards took a dramatic ratings spill, fetching the smallest demo audience in the show’s history.

The telecast, which ran a bloated three-and-a-half hours, was off by 24 percent from 2017 with adjusted numbers.

Schadenfreude overload!

It’s the same sound effect I got to use the night Hillary lost:

I just can’t believe that this kind of thing wasn’t enough to keep people from grabbing the remote to watch the “Fingernails on Chalkboards” channel over this:

Author: Doug Powers

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