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No laughing matter: Megyn Kelly loses almost half her audience in second week of NBC show and is beaten by a REPEAT of America's Funniest Home Videos


  • 'Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly' pulled in 3.61 million total viewers in its second week on the air, losing more than 40 percent of its audience from its debut
  • It was beaten by a repeat of 'America's Funniest Home Video's in both total viewers and the all-coveted 18 - 49 demo 
  • Both NBC and ABC were beat by CBS's '60 Minutes,' which won the night with 7.88 million total viewers 
  • Kelly's episode this Sunday could be greatly helped however as controversy has been building over her interview with Infowars' Alex Jones

Megyn Kelly is dealing with a case of the terrible twos this week as the second episode of her NBC news magazine tanked in the ratings, losing almost half its audience.

Final Nielsen numbers show that the latest episode of 'Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly' pulled in 3.61 million total viewers and scored an 0.6  rating in the all-important adults 18-49 demo, which was a slight improvement in the 7pm time slot from the previous year.

It was far, far lower however than the 6.1 million viewers and 0.8 rating notched by the premiere, which featured an interview with Russian president  Vladimir Putin.

Kelly spoke with Erin Andrews on the most recent episode. 

The show was trounced in total viewers by CBS' long-running news magazine 60 Minutes, and finessed third among the major networks in the time slot after a repeat of 'America's Funniest Home Videos.'

Womp womp womp.


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Comment by Burbia on June 15, 2017 at 4:18pm
Althought this a freedom of speech article, it seems relevant...

Judge declines to dismiss wrongful termination lawsuit filed by fired Florida professor who claims Sandy Hook massacre was hoax


" The school had hoped to quash the lawsuit, but Florida District Judge Robin Rosenberg denied FAU's motion to dismiss in a 14-page decision.

James Tracy contends the Sandy Hook massacre never took place.

"There is sufficient factual content" in the complaint "as to who, what, where, when, and why such that Defendants can answer the claim of conspiracy to violate Plaintiff’s constitutional rights," Judge Rosenberg writes. Quote from Daily News website:


Comment by Deep Space on June 15, 2017 at 11:52am

The real tragedy is that the American zombies are still watching shit like America's Funniest Home Videos & 60 Minutes. When they start watching shit like The CIA & Mossad Did 9/11 THEN I might start to get a boner.


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