February 26, 2018

Oscars hint at less political broadcast this year. Guess why.

Amanda HeadRebel Contributor

Hollywood seems to finally be learning that its far-left politicization of awards shows is backfiring.

With steady ratings-declines across almost all awards shows, the Oscars has now vowed to be less political this year. WATCH as I decode the p.r. fluff now being issued by Academy bigshots, and explain why it's good news for conservatives who also happen to love the movies!

We doubt it means Tinseltown is becoming more conservative, but at least the American audience has sent a loud and clear message that hurts Hollywood virtual signalers where it counts the most — through their wallets.

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commented 2018-02-28 02:21:51 -0500
Not all of the producers of the Oscars are as ditzy as “the gallery of fools” they parade on stage each year… Just as with the NFL., “ratings” are above all important… They will bend like bamboo in a strong wind as ratings boycotts always, always prevail…
commented 2018-02-27 01:11:20 -0500
Vincent the ratings have declined and sorry but the Oscars picking their own numbers means little unless you are a brainless sheep. You cannot count in many countries the number of viewers , you are full of it.
commented 2018-02-27 01:08:10 -0500
People already know what you stand for, you are a bunch of self important scum. Haven’t watched in decades, no reason to now. Nothing meaningful about an awards show anyways.
commented 2018-02-26 18:07:17 -0500
If the Oscars consisted of Clint Eastwood beside an empty chair, speaking some actual truth I would likely tune in. However on this so-called Oscar night, we’ll be watching a reruns of Eastwood movies – going to start off with Gran Torino.
commented 2018-02-26 16:28:13 -0500
Oscars? Ummm…………………..NO!
commented 2018-02-26 14:39:14 -0500
The last time I watched the Oscars, or any award show for that matter, was on a black and white TV set with a TV antenna on the roof. But we only got two channels so there wasn’t much choice. But no problem, the Oscars have their loyal fans…. like Vincent Cassini and Andrew Stephenson. Do your duty, you two. You’ve got to help keep their ratings up.
commented 2018-02-26 14:26:51 -0500
Amanda, don’t worry, I had no intention of watching the Oscars again this year. It was on my skip list!
commented 2018-02-26 13:14:46 -0500
CNN is the last in ratings of the cable news pack, NFL ratings are way down, NBC’s Olympic ratings were down 24% and other award shows have suffered similarly. When do you think they are going to get the message?
commented 2018-02-26 12:57:31 -0500
commented 2018-02-26 12:46:24 -0500
Except the Oscars is still the most watched show worldwide second only to the Superbowl. I think you are overstating the case of a rating decline.