Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Anyonenow, Jul 22, 2015.
On NBC,America’s Got Talent tied its season low with a 2.3, down 4 percent from last week's 2.4 adults 18-49 rating.
Looks like they adjusted it up to 2.3 and added the commentary:
On NBC,America’s Got Talent tied its season low with a 2.3, down 4 percent from last week's 2.4 adults 18-49 rating
Robin, I told them to bring in Michael Buble. We need more cock on that show.
...the show is doing very well in the ratings robin.
they cut out all my parts so people dont miss me when im gone.
Robin they cut back my screen time because Im leaving. Its a slow build.
Count me out,horrible show.
Historic Breakdown for Episode 9 of AGT
2008 (Hoff, Morgan, Osbourne) 2.7 rating, 10.13 million viewers
2009 (Hoff, Morgan, Osbourne) 3.4 rating, 13.75 million viewers
2010 (Mandel, Morgan, Osbourne) 2.9 rating, 10.23 million viewers
2011 (Mandel, Morgan, Osbourne) 4.1 rating, 13.71 million viewers
2012 (Mandel, Osbourne, Stern) 3.0 rating, 11.18 million viewers
2013 (Mandel, Heidi, Mel B, Stern) 2.9 rating, 11.18 million viewers
2014 (Mandel, Heidi, Mel B, Stern) 2.4 rating, 10.32 million viewers
2015 (Mandel, Heidi, Mel B, Stern) 2.3 rating, 10.33 million viewers
AGT 2015 featured Michael Buble as guest judge last night, and the show kept pace at being the lowest rated episode 9 in AGT history. This season of AGT continues its 9 week streak at being the lowest rated season in AGT history...with Howard Stern at the helm. Its clear that the show is a lost cause at this point this season. The ratings have pretty much stabilized, and will probably end up with an average of a 2.3 this season.....and other than NBA, womens Soccer, and MLB, the show has had zero competition. The live shows start in a couple weeks and I will be surprised who tunes in for that. Still...when the dust settles and Stern is gone....it will be matter of time before Howie proclaims himself to be the "greatest TV judge in history" and "how his hands were tied on AGT"......the excuses and put-downs of AGT will start and all of Howie's sycophants will nod in agreement with him when he makes those statements. The facts remain the same though, and the numbers don't lie.....Howard Stern was a complete ratings disaster for AGT, and the "Stern project on AGT" will go down in history as being a failed venture.
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
I watched the USA vs Venezuela Pan Am Games basketball game rather than that horse shit.
At this rate, and with the ratings they're getting (or not getting), I'm concerned that AGT will just get cancelled outright, then Gunkward will spin it like "see Robin, I knew AGT would fail once I decided to leave the show."
It will probably make zero, practical impact, but the second AGT starts airing shows sans The Wig, I am going to DVR every episode.
@BethSucks can you merge the two ratings threads? Thanks!
wouldn`t most underperforming shows love to have 10 million plus viewers? Its like having declining American Idol viewers each year,they are quite high but declining. Won`t miss this or Idol.
Number one again this week Robin. America loves me.
I watched Jurassic World.
Not that I would have watched AGT even if every device in my house failed except the TV and it was locked on NBC
You can tell things are bad there because they are advertising guest judges. Howard won't be back.
"I tried to tell them that bringing on Michael Buble was a mistake, Robin. America wants to see their Judge do his thing! I just hate disappointing my AGT fans by leaving the show, but it takes a lot of effort putting out a top notch radio show during the week. Do we need to go to break here, Fred?"
Robin, I invented cancelling TV shows.
Howard lost half the ratings in just 4 years!!!