Television ratings for this year’s Golden Globe awards fell to record lows; plunging roughly 60% compared to 2020 when firebrand comedian Ricky Gervais hosted the star-studded event.
“The final numbers are in for the 78th annual Golden Globes, and they are limbo low. Lacking its clearly vital NFL lead-in, the semi-virtual and controversy-mired Tina Fey and Amy Poehler-hosted ceremony snagged a 1.5 rating among adults 18-49 and 6.9 million viewers on Sunday, according to Nielsen,” reports Deadline.
The Golden Globes Gets Horrible TV Ratings. The Viewership Data Is Embarrassing https://t.co/1u3LlD3YQQ
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 1, 2021
“That’s an all-time low in the demo for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association-hosted show and a near-low in viewership. Only the 2008 show, which was a press conference due to the writers strike, did worse in recent times in terms of sets of eyeballs. That Globes pulled in an audience of 6.03 million. The least-watched Globes for NBC ever is the 3.6 million that tuned in back in 1995, one year after the network had the ceremony back again,” adds the website.
Read the full report here.
AND THE AWARD GOES TO: Trump Announces FAKE NEWS ‘Winners’
Forget about the Golden Globes or Oscars this year. President Trump unveiled the ‘winners’ of the highly-anticipated 2017 Fake News Awards on Thursday night, naming names and calling-out the worst mainstream media offenders as they breathlessly attacked the President during his first 12-months in the Oval Office.
“2017 was a year of unrelenting bias, unfair news coverage, and even downright fake news. Studies have shown that over 90% of the media’s coverage of President Trump is negative,” writes the official GOP website. “Below are the winners of the 2017 Fake News Awards.”
AND THE AWARD GOES TO…
10. The New York Times baselessly claims on its front page that the Trump administration intentionally hid a “climate report.”
9. CNN falsely reports that former FBI director James Comey would contradict the President’s claims that he was not under investigation.
8. Newsweek asserts that Polish First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda refused to shake President Trump’s hand.
7. CNN FALSELY reports that Anthony Scaramucci’s met with a Russian official, but retracts it due to a “significant breakdown in process.”
6. CNN creates a phony video to make it appear President Trump “overfed” fish during a traditional ceremony in Japan alongside Prime Minister Abe.
5. The Washington Post reports that President Trump’s massive, sold-out rally in northern Florida is totally empty, with “dishonest reporters” posting pictures of the arena hours before the public was allowed to enter.
4. Time Magazine claims President Trump had a bust of Martin Luther King, Jr. removed from the Oval Office.
3. CNN asserts that President Trump and his son Donald Trump, Jr. has access to hacked DNC emails obtained by WikiLeaks.
2. ABC News reporter Brian Ross makes bogus claims about the never-ending Russia investigation and sends the stock market into a free fall.
1. The New York Times claims on the day of President Trump’s historic win over Hillary Clinton that the US economy will “never” recover.
HILARIOUS: Watch CNN SWOON Over Oprah Presidency
CNN’s Brian Stelter is more than just a little bit excited about the possibility of Oprah Winfrey challenging President Donald Trump in the 2020 race for the White House; fawning over the prospect in dozens of clips, appearances, and interviews.
The Washington Free Beacon compiled Stelter’s greatest hits into a highlight reel of the network’s senior media correspondent breathlessly covering Winfrey’s highly-publicized acceptance speech at the 75th annual Golden Globe Awards, saying he began calling her closest confidants “the minute she finished that speech.”
“Her speech at the Golden Globes seemed downright presidential,” says Stelter, as the classic Whitney Houston rendition of “I Will Always Love You” blares in the background. “And what a speech it was. In some ways we’ve seen this speech go viral.”
Stelter responded to the hilarious video on social media Wednesday, stating, “An accurate headline would say ‘CNN Is Reporting On The Possibility Of Oprah 2020.’”
An accurate headline would say "CNN Is Reporting On The Possibility Of Oprah 2020" https://t.co/QbGSxq2w65
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) January 10, 2018
Watch the hilarious montage above.
Read the full story at the Washington Free Beacon.