Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Nemo, Sep 16, 2015.
Let me be the first to say it; "It's a slow build, Robin".
Let me predict...
GayGT got crushed by Big Brother & a rerun of Modern Family.
Howard's final "judging" got a 2.3! He set the bar nice and low for Simon.
Robin, I feel as though I've done everything I could to improve that show. I have no more.
AGT up against the CNN republican debate tonight?
Did they mention Howard leaving last night?
do you think any of us actually watched that?
I'd watch HGTV reruns before I watched that shit.
WOW...I am kind of amazed.
That DWTS did so poorly
Loved it when Wiggy said AGT attracts higher quality talent now because he raised the level of judging. Words cannot describe how delusional and egotistical he is.
oh, they can describe it alright.
Repeat of the day before performances, Monday had a 2.3 with 13.5 million so using Mlaw's math DWTS had a billion viewers.
What time does the debate start? Is that the reason they moved AGT to 9:00 PM?
Historic Breakdown for Episode 21 of the AGT Finale - performance show
2008 (Hoff, Morgan, Osbourne) 2.7 rating, 10.23 million viewers
2009 (Hoff, Morgan, Osbourne) 3.3 rating, 13.84 million viewers
2010 (Mandel, Morgan, Osbourne) 3.9 rating, 14.60 million viewers
2011 (Mandel, Morgan, Osbourne) 3.8 rating, 13.67 million viewers
2012 (Mandel, Osbourne, Stern) 2.9 rating, 11.05 million viewers
2013 (Mandel, Heidi, Mel B, Stern) 2.4 rating, 11.19 million viewers
2014 (Mandel, Heidi, Mel B, Stern) 2.5 rating, 11.46 million viewers
2015 (Mandel, Heidi, Mel B, Stern) 2.3 rating, 11.33 million viewers
The performance show for the AGT finale beat out Big Brother last night, but still ranks as the lowest rated Finale in AGT history. The finale had well over 2 million less viewers than the last finale Piers was part of, and the ratings are a huge drop from it. Unless there is a miracle in ratings tonight for the big finale results show, this season of AGT will definitely be the lowest rated season in the history of the show. Going into this season, you know the producers and NBC had high hopes for the show....it was the big 10 year anniversary of the show, there was lots of hype, Stern was getting on air and talking it up.....in the end, it was a bigger dud than all previous seasons, and any fans that "hoped" the "stern effect" would finally take effect this season, were dead wrong....as NBC and Freemantle were.....4 years ago, they listened to the "pitch" that Stern and Buchwald gave them, and they had hopes that AGT would draw larger numbers than Piers did...why? Because Howie said they would....Howie....Hein...Gary...they all had hopes that the numbers would be above a 4.0 in ratings and close to 20 million viewers. In the end, they were all wrong. Stern was a failure on AGT....nothing to spin here.
Episode 1 - 2.6 rating, 11.09 million viewers
Episode 2 - 2.4 rating, 10.84 million viewers
Episode 3 - 2.3 rating, 10.34 million viewers
Episode 4 - 2.2 rating, 9.97 million viewers
Episode 5 - 2.6 rating, 11.08 million viewers
Episode 6 - 2.4 rating, 10.60 million viewers
Episode 7 - 2.2 rating, 10.36 million viewers
Episode 8 - 2.4 rating, 10.57 million viewers
Episode 9 - 2.3 rating, 10.33 million viewers
Episode 10 - 2.1 rating, 10.20 million viewers
Episode 11 - 2.5 rating, 11.18 million viewers (live performance show)
Episode 12 - 1.6 rating, 8.3 million viewers (live results show)
Episode 13 - 2.3 rating, 10.86 million viewers (live performance show)
Episode 14 - 1.6 rating, 8.99 million viewers (live results show)
Episode 15 - 2.1 rating, 10.20 million viewers (live performance show)
Episode 16 - 1.6 rating, 8.28 million viewers (live results show)
Episode 17 - 2.2 rating, 10.38 million viewers (live performance show)
Episode 18 - 1.7 rating, 9.07 million viewers (live results show)
Episode 19 - 2.0 rating, 10.40 million viewers (live performance show)
Episode 20 - 1.8 rating, 9.34 million viewers (live results show)
Episode 21 - 2.3 rating, 11.33 million viewers (Finale - live performance show)
Viewing thread had over 400 posts last night, I usually follow it but didn't get a chance last night.
$1M prize for the winner? For one, that's a paltry amount considering how much the judges are paid. The lamest part is that it's paid out over 40 years. $25k/year would be a nice supplement but it's hardly worth all the emotion. I'd like to see the judges get paid over 40 years. I don't understand why they do this. $1M isn't that much of they can afford to give Howard around $15M to be a cheerleader.
He's not delusional, he's just a liar. At this point he knows no one will call him out on his lies, he's made amends with most of his enemies because of the fear those enemies had of his (former) fans and the power his millions gave him.
color me shocked. I was busy looking at Cristina Al-Moussa's tits.