Oscars ‘Wokefest’ BOMBS: Down 58% On Last Year Hitting All-Time LOW [VIDEO]

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The number of people who tuned in to watch the three-hour long ‘wokefest’ that was the Oscars hit an all time low with just 9.85 million viewers.

The television ratings for the 93rd Academy Awards on Sunday night is a 58 percent drop compared to last year’s already record-low 23.64 million viewers, according to early Nielsen numbers.

The huge drop in ratings for Hollywood’s biggest night continues an overall multi-year downward trend for the Academy Awards, which were above 43 million as recently as 2014.

According to the latest figures available on Nielsen, CBS’ NCIS show would have attracted more viewer than the Oscars. NCIS attracted 10.2 million viewers based on data the week ending April 5.

Film fans already had blasted this year’s ceremony as the ‘wokest ever’ after a string of virtue-signaling speeches by stars before Anthony Hopkins was attacked for winning the best actor award above Chadwick Boseman.

The number of people who tuned in to watch the 93rd Academy Awards on Sunday night was at an all-time low of 9.85 million viewers. It is a 58 percent drop compared to last year’s already record-low 23.64 million viewers

Award host Regina King had kicked off the night by hailing the conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, director Travon Free showed off a jacket emblazoned with the names of black people killed by police and Mia Neal then spoke about ‘breaking the glass ceiling’ for trans and minority ethnic people in her acceptance speech for best hair and makeup.