Last year's audience of 11.3 million people was the lowest ever for the Emmy Awards
Bruce Miller, from left, Margaret Atwood, and Elisabeth Moss accept the award for outstanding drama series for "The Handmaid's Tale" at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP), photo: AP/Invision/Chris Pizzello
18 of September 2017 14:02:03
NEW YORK – The Nielsen company estimated that 11.4 million people watched Sunday's presentation of the Emmy Awards, roughly equivalent to last year's show honoring the year's best in television.Stephen Colbert hosted Sunday's show for CBS. It competed with pro football and the beginning of Ken Burns' lengthy documentary on the Vietnam War. Last year's audience of 11.3 million people was the lowest ever for the Emmy Awards.
The Emmys featured a surprise appearance by former White House press secretary Sean Spicer and a heavy concentration on Trump jokes and remarks. Hulu's "The Handmaids Tale" won the Emmy for best drama, while HBO's "Veep" was named best comedy.
Adjusted Emmy ratings: 2.5 in 18-49 (new low), 11.38 million viewers, exactly even with last year. https://t.co/VCuvH7sylC— TV by the Numbers (@TVbytheNumbers) 18 de septiembre de 2017