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The Grammy Awards fall 51 percent to a low

NEW YORK (AP) – The Grammy-winning producers have avoided much of the inconvenience of other epidemic awards shows by starring fans to the music of the industry’s biggest stars. And the viewers were still far away.

Cyprus’ CBS Grammy TV show reached 9.2 million viewers on Sunday, the lowest number in a record և 51% year-on-year, according to Nielsen.

That followed a drop in the Golden Globes’ 63% rating a few weeks ago, to record low Emmy Awards last fall.

It is enough for TV executives to worry about whether this is just an epidemic or they can no longer depend on these traditional events that attract attention. The Oscars, which will air on ABC next month, have often been the most-watched television events of the year since the Super Bowl.

There are many factors, including the decline of broadcast television and the fragmentation of entertainment. There are fewer movies, TV shows, and songs that connect the public. Social media also allows fans to pay attention to the highlights of the awards show, instead watching the entire event, which lasted almost four hours for Sunday at the Grammys.

For Grammy, the ratings have plummeted, despite the general view that it is a well-produced event.

CBS won the week with an average of 4.9 million viewers in prime time. NBC had 4 million, ABC had 3.4 million, Fox had 2.6 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Ion Television had 1.2 million and Telemundo had 1. million.

Fox News Channel topped cable networks with an average of 2.45 million viewers in prime time. MSNBC had 1.84 million, CNN had 1.29 million, HGTV had 1.15 million and ESPN had 1.06 million.

ABC’s World News Tonight won the evening news rating race with an average of 8.9 million viewers. NBC’s “Night News” had 7.3 million, and “CBS Evening News” – 5.3 million.

Top 20 programs during the week of March 8-14, their networks և views.

1. “NCIS”, CBS, 9.78 million.

2. “Grammy” awards, CBS, 9.23 million.

3. “60 minutes”, CBS, 8.14 million.

4. FBI, CBS, 7.66 million.

5. “Chicago Med”, NBC, 7.571 million.

6. “The Voice” (Monday), NBC, 7.57 million.

7. “Chicago Fire”, NBC, 7.04 million.

8. “The Voice” (Tuesday), NBC, 6.89 million.

9. “Young Sheldon”, CBS, 6.49 million.

10. “President Biden’s Message to the Nation”, ABC, 6.34 million.

11. “911”, Fox, 6.28 million.

12. “Federal Bureau of Investigation. Most Wanted “, CBS, 6.15 million

13. “Chicago PD”, NBC, 5.89 million.

14. “President Biden’s Message to the Nation”, CBS, 5.83 million.

15. “Masked Singer”, Fox, 5.66 million.

16. “Resurrection”, CBS, 5.62 million.

17. “American Idol”, ABC, 5.5 million.

18. “Station 19”, ABC, 5.41 million.

19. “911: Lonely Star”, Fox, 5.36 million.

20. “Bob Hearts Abishola”, CBS, 5.21 million.

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