Audience loved Anthony Anderson as Emmy's host but views hit all-time low

Audience loved Anthony Anderson as Emmy's host but views hit all-time low

After hosting the 75th Primetime Emmys on Monday, Anthony Anderson told TMZ he's ready to host the Oscars.

Anderson raves about the concert above. Variety reported record-low 2024 Emmy ratings.

Variety reports that the event “delivered an audience of 4.3 million total viewers and a 0.85 rating among Adults 18-49,” adding, “For comparison, the 2022 show hosted by Keenan Thompson on NBC drew 5.9 million total viewers — which was the most recent record for the awards show.”

CNN claimed that “The Bear” and “Succession” won six Emmys, including outstanding comedy and drama, respectively.

However, Kevin Hart stated in a new interview that award events “aren't comedy-friendly environments anymore” and will not host the Oscars again.

“I want to destroy your last hope now. These gigs aren't good for comedy," Hart told Sky News.

It's not an Oscar, Globe, or other award photo. They're no longer comedy-friendly. One year, they got it right with a number of personalities as hosts, which was fantastic.

“It’s a collaborative thing, different people get to be responsible for act one, act two, act three, but the days of it being a comic room are over,” the comedian said.

“Shout out to those who cracked the code and did it right early on, like Chris Rock, Billy Crystal, Tina Fey, and Amy Poehler. Hart claimed Ricky Gervais was one of several comedians who hosted the Oscars.

After his homophobic comments revealed, Hart resigned as Oscars host in 2019.

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