Early Numbers Show Grammy Awards Match Last Year’s Ratings
The Grammy Awards did not see an increase in ratings this year, despite multiple political statements and highly touted tributes to Prince and George Michael.
Early returns show that the ratings from the awards show in Los Angeles Sunday night were nearly even with the 2016 show. According to Nielsen’s metered market overnights, the four-hour show produced a 16.0 household rating and 26 share, down slightly from last year.
Ratings for the Grammy Awards have been on the decline since 2015, when 25.3 million people tuned in. In 2016, only 24.95 million viewers watched.
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