Masked Singer Ratings Fall To Season Low With Appearance By Seditionist Rudy Giuliani
In case you’re wondering where we’re at as a nation, one of the leaders of a failed coup on American democracy who attempted to overthrow the 2020 election was on TV last night wearing a clown suit while singing a song called “Bad To The Bone” to the shrieking delight of Z-list bimbo celebrities and a crowd of brain dead audience members. In short: We are fucked (but you already knew that).
Despite the bright lights and applause during the psychotic television production, no one at home was actually watching, thankfully. Via Variety:
After months of criticism and anticipation, “The Masked Singer” episode featuring the unmasking of Rudy Giuliani finally aired Wednesday on Fox. The show’s installment with the former mayor of New York City and former personal attorney for President Donald Trump, got a 0.6 demo rating and 3.6 million total viewers, according to fast-affiliate Nielsen data.
Viewership for Season 7 has been in flux since its March 9 premiere, with the Fox celebrity singing competition drawing a season high of 4.3 million viewers on March 30, only to reach a season low of 3.9 million last Wednesday — which was beat by last night’s new low. “The Masked Singer’s” demo has also taken a hit, going from a 1.0 with the seventh-season opener down to a 0.6 for the week-ago episode, which it matched this week.
[Variety: ‘The Masked Singer’ Falls to Season Low Viewership With Controversial Rudy Giuliani Unmasking]