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The American Music Awards on ABC lost in the ratings to CBS and NBC on Tuesday night and 21 percent less viewers tuned in compared to 2017.
From Programming Insider:
CBS: 6.5/11, NBC: 5.8/10, ABC: 4.8/ 8, Fox: 1.8/ 3, CW: 1.3/ 2According to The Wrap, their ratings hit a "new all-time low."
The AMAs settled for a 1.8 rating this year among adults 18-49, which is the demographic most attractive to advertisers. It had a 2.4 in 2017, when the special aired on a Sunday in November. Last year’s 2.4 tied the previous record-low set by the 2016 version.Look what your Democrat propaganda made us do!
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