Emmys Ratings At An All-Time Low According To Early Numbers
The Emmy Awards continue to struggle with ratings. Reportedly, for the second year in a row, the annual award show has hit an all-time low with preliminary numbers showing the awards at a 5.7 household rating in metered markets. That’s off by 23 percent from the 7.4 for the 2018 Emmys.
Last year’s Emmys ended up with 10.21 million viewers. If the declines in the preliminary numbers carry through to the finals, the audience could end up around 8 million viewers, which would be the first time since at least 1990 that they’ve gone under 10 million viewers.
Reportedly, the slide for the Emmys is also easily the biggest decline among the major televised awards shows in 2019.
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