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Allison Williams May Have Flown, But Peter Pan Live! Sunk! See The HUGELY Disappointing First Ratings HERE!

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If it takes happy thoughts to fly, we doubt NBC executives are going to have an easy time getting off the carpet today.

After the wild success of The Sound Of Music Live! last year we're guessing they thought Peter Pan Live! would be just as magical.

[ Related: Your Favorite Celebrities React To Peter Pan Live! ]

Unfortunately, like Christopher Walken, the musical was not quite able to hit that high note.

Whereas Carrie Underwood and company climbed every mountain to the tune of a 10.9/18 share (roughly 18.67 million individual viewers), Peter Pan was only able to grab a 5.9/9.

That's about 10 million viewers — for a drop of 46% from last year!

These are just the preliminary figures, but we're guessing DVR and repeat viewers are going to be lower on a show like this. We mean, the whole point is that it's live!

Eesh. Sorry, Allison Williams.

At least you'll always have Neverland.

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3 comments to “Allison Williams May Have Flown, But Peter Pan Live! Sunk! See The HUGELY Disappointing First Ratings HERE!”

  1. Megan says – reply to this


    I liked it. Last year might of had a ton of ratings but no one liked it at all. I have heard more good than bad about Peter Pan. I actually enjoyed it and appreciated the hard work the actors and behind the scenes crew put into this.

  2. Trish says – reply to this


    Many more people loved last years Sound of Music Live. There might have been more haters but that was only because so many more watched. The ratings were so huge last year that they never dropped the entire three hours. Peter Man lost half its viewers after the first hour. That shows how much Peter Pan blew!

  3. Janet says – reply to this


    I loved it. Much better than the Sound of Music. The only wishy washy part on Peter Pan was the sword fight.