Deadline Hollywood reports:
Those Nomadland and Soul trophies better shine pretty bright because for ABC, Sunday’s Oscars were an expected ratings washout.
In delayed fast national results just released by Nielsen, the 93rd Academy Awards were watched by a mere 9.85 million, with a dismal rating of 1.9 among the 18-49 demographic. That is an all-time low for Hollywood’s biggest night — by a huge margin.
In fact, it is a drop of about 58% in terms of audience from what the previous low of the 2020 Oscars snared on February 9 last year. In terms of the key demo, the 2021 Oscars is down a crushing 64.2% in the earlier ratings from the 2020 Oscars.
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In delayed fast affiliate results just released by Nielsen, the 93rd #Oscars were watched by 9.85 million with a dismal rating of 1.9 among the 18-49 demographic
That is an all-time low for Hollywood’s biggest night https://t.co/RRPywycHxG
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) April 26, 2021