The film industry acknowledged their achievements at the 92nd annual Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars.
The ratings for the ceremony fell to an all-time low by double digits.
Only 23.6 million tuned in to watch the Oscars which is a 20 percent drop from last year and an 11 percent drop from the previous all-time low.
By comparison, the 2018 rating was a disastrous 26.5 million viewers and the lowest at the time.
In 2019 the ratings increased slightly to 29.6 million viewers. But this year are at an all-time low at 23.6 million viewers.
What a failure…
Gee, I wonder what excuse the sycophant entertainment outlets will come up with this time?
You see, in the past, whenever the public turned away from the Academy Awards in droves, the sycophants blamed it on the Best Picture nominees, the fact that not enough popular movies were in the running.
Well, this year that was obviously not the case. Joker, Little Women, Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood, and 1917 were all hits, all grossed over $100 million. Joker was one of the biggest hits of the year.
Gee, so what could it be, entertainment media?
No, really, let’s all put on our thinking caps and try to figure just what it was that so repelled the public this year.