Last edited by Nemo; 09-19-2013 at 11:07 AM.
OK.....They were up......BUT NOT in the vaunted 18-39....Fail? I thinking so because of all the relocating to appease Hamptons....Don't think there could have been an acceptable return for it......
Defender of the Faith......
So the clock starts for the Howard's announcement of how even though NBC desperately wants him to return, it is just too much work and he needs to focus on his radio show announcement begins.
To be fair, entire families gather in the same room, to watch these final acts.
For every one viewer counted, there were probably another six or seven viewers in the room.
everything must be put into proper perspective. this shit show is literally competing against nothing but reruns and is still failing miserably compare to its first season and in the key demo's
what an unmitigated failure this gong show it is. all that money shelled out to wiggy just pissed down the drain when that turd from Britain got higher ratings
The Finale To Howard's Fail:
2011: (Piers Morgan) Rating: 3.6 Viewers: 14.4 Million
2012: (America's Jerk) Rating: 2.4 Viewers: 10.6 Million
2013: (America's Jerk) Rating: 2.5 Viewers: 11.3 Million
Overall: Ratings Down: 31% Viewership Down: 22%
Greatest season of AGT ever!
Greatest talent ever!
"All 12 of these acts could sell out Vegas, Robin!"
Last edited by benjysux; 09-19-2013 at 10:58 AM.
Howard Stern was supposed to bring them in but he's been a disaster in the young man demo.
As soon as Howard Stern was announced, 25 percent of the audience stopped watching and it is no fluke. It has been that way for 2 years.
In three days this week the formerly #1 show has been beaten by:
Dancing With The Stars
Monday Night Football
Under The Dome
Survivor and New Girl beat it head to head.
Howard is the real victim here.
Stern was spayed and neutered by the MAN!
Leave Howard alone!
If You Care Who Won ‘America’s Got Talent’
After neutering judge Howard Stern beyond recognition, the 8th season of NBC’s America’s Got Talent concluded tonight and the winner takes home the $1 million grand prize as well as a headline show in Las Vegas. SPOILER ALERT!
Kenichi Ebina beat 5 other finalists with his innovative dance productions. The self-taught dancer infused illusion, mime and special effects of sound, light and video into each performance. Ebina will appear on NBC’s Today and Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on September 19th and then kick off a nationwide “America’s Got Talent Live” tour beginning September 29th.