Did the Golden Globes have low ratings?
TV viewers were not in the mood for the Golden Globes, with audience falling 62 percent. The audience for NBC’s Sunday night broadcast of the Golden Globes fell dramatically, with 6.9 million people watching the annual Hollywood ceremony, according to Nielsen.
Did the Golden Globes have good ratings?
Golden Globes viewership sinks to 13-year low, as awards show loses two-thirds of audience. The 78th Golden Globes captured only 6.9 million viewers, a 63% drop from the 18.4 million who tuned in to 2020′s telecast, according to Nielsen data. It had the lowest rating ever in the key demographic of ages 18-49.
Why did no one watch the Golden Globes?
The 79th Golden Globe Awards ceremony takes place today, on Sunday, but you won’t be able to watch. It’ll be a private event and won’t air on NBC due to controversy surrounding diversity issues involving the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the network announced.
Do people watch the Golden Globes?
The show will not be televised, and the ceremony will take place without an audience or its traditional red carpet, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced Tuesday. “Because of the current pandemic surge, health and safety remain a top priority for the HFPA,” the association said in a statement.
Why is NBC boycotting the Golden Globe Awards?
NBC dropped the broadcast after the HFPA came under fire last year for a lack of diversity in its voting body and ethical lapses. On Thursday, the HFPA confirmed the event would not be livestreamed.
What kind of ratings did the Golden Globes get?
Ratings for the Golden Globes crashed hard Sunday, with the awards coming in as the least watched ever on NBC. The network’s broadcast of the awards averaged just 6.91 million viewers and a 1.52 rating among adults 18-49 (adjusted up from 5.42 million and 1.2 in the fast nationals).