Friday, March 31, 2017

Empire Ratings Take a Nose Dive


The Fox hit series Empire sees its lowest ratings ever...


According to reports only 6.8 million viewers tuned in Wednesday night for Nia Long's debut on Empire, down 15 percent from last week's midseason premier.

Back in season one Empire averaged nearly 17 million viewers per episode.

However, Empire still beat every other show in its time slot this week.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Put a fork in it the show is done! The thrill is gone!

Honestly said...

That bad music ran ppl away

Anonymous said...

yes that music on last week was awful... i think i am done with this show. IT was so good the first season... they just cant get it back to where it was. they have too many guest stars..............

Anonymous said...

The bad music, ridiculous story lines... I quite watching sometime last year...

Malika JustMalika said...

I watched every episode the first season but that finale threw me off. They threw so much improbable stuff in one episode that I was over it. I don't care about guest stars, fix the writing and I'll tune back in.

Anonymous said...

This show new different/fresh but then it kept recycling the same shit over and over and over and over.

Anonymous said...

Empire is coming very close to becoming a straight-up musical with bad music. The story lines make no sense! Lee Daniels should tap Ryan Murphy and Shonda Rhimes for help with writing. These show does nothing to shock the viewers to watch the following week.

Anonymous said...

Goodbye Empire....

Anonymous said...

Empire is starting to look like circa 1989 Robert Townsend specials in their campiness. I love over-the-top as much as anyone, but the production value has slipped and the scripts are trash.

Anonymous said...

Season was FIRE!
Season 2 to present is now ashes.

Anonymous said...

I watch solely for Lucious and Cookie. I love their dynamic.

Anonymous said...

Exactly! I'm glad because they needed to learn their lesson! They got that dude singing all them songs just because he's gay in stead of casting a black man who can sing and act. They over do it they try way too hard its all about big names and name dropping they put too much effort into music when its not a musical. The stories get juicy but turn ridiculous, everybodys gay, the music industry side of it is pretty in accurate

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