Oscar ratings hit three-year high, but still one of lowest in history
The 95th Academy Awards Ceremony was held on March 12th (Sunday night), local time in the United States. Preliminary ratings data was released: "The Universe" swept seven awards, and the ratings of this year's awards ceremony also hit a new high in the past three years.
The audience reached 18.7 million, an increase of 12% compared to last year's 16.62 million, and the TV ratings rose to 4.0 (last year's 3.76).
Although the ratings of this year's Oscars have increased significantly compared to 2021, they are still in the lower circle of ratings, and it is one of the lowest ratings in Oscar history.
At the same time, there were 274 million postings on social media platforms such as ins, twitter, fb, and tubing for this ceremony, which is 5 million more than last year's award ceremony, which caused a huge topic due to the "slap incident". the
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