While the whole world sat down in front of their TV for Carrie Underwood's debut as Maria Von Trapp, there was one significant woman who missed the premiere all together!
Julie Andrews, the woman who starred as Maria in the 1965 film was not a part of the 18 million viewers.
In fact, the
former Queen of Genovia Princess Diaries actress had more important things to attend to.
When asked if she was able to catch the reprise of the Sound Of Music Live Julie answered:
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We happened to love Ricky's monologue (above), but we think these were GREAT moments too!
TiVO has compiled a list of the most-watched moments from the 2012 Golden Globes broadcast, and people are definitely reliving some of the best ones!
Here are the top three moments that people have been re-watching through their DVRs:
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Do we REALLY need to give Casey Anthony even more attention?!?!?!?
We've just learned that ABC has ordered an extra three episodes of the Dana Delany-starring crime drama Body of Proof.
We've ALSO learned that
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Hopefully there are LOTS of people tuning in on their DVRs!
To recap, back in October, we reported that Glee's ratings for the first three episodes of the season were down 21% (minus DVR numbers).
Then after last week's episode, we were bummed to learn that Glee's ratings were 29% lower than one year earlier.
Now, the ratings have come in for last night's episode, and the show dropped 6% in the crucial 18-49 demo, marking a season low for Glee.
Once again, we're well aware that many more people may be watching on DVR…but come on, Gleeks! Can't we show a little more support than this?!?!?!?
Are U still watching Glee? If so, are U tuning in live, or catching it on DVR???
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Unless the DVR ratings are absolutely fantastic when they come in, things are unfortunately NOT looking up for Glee.
Back in October, we reported that ratings for the first three episodes of the season were down 21% (minus DVR numbers).
Now, the ratings are in from last night's episode of Glee, and we're bummed to report that the show finished in "a distant second overall" in the 8 pm time slot with a 5.4/8 rating.
While second place isn't necessarily what you'd call BAD, yesterday's numbers also mark a 29% loss from Glee's ratings one year earlier! Ouchie!
We understand that lots of people are probably watching on DVR, but the fact remains - ratings are down A LOT from last year.
Let's hope they pick up soon!
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FX president John Landgraf totally called this!
After the initial ratings came in for American Horror Story's series premiere, the FX prez had the following to say about it:
"We’re really thrilled by the premiere ratings performance of American Horror Story. We know that when the Live+7 ratings come in, that of the 13 drama series FX has premiered, AHS will rank at least No. 2 all-time in Adults 18-4 and there is a possibility that it could be our highest ever."
He was right! The Live+7 ratings are in and thanks to people watching the AHS premiere on DVR, the show landed a total of 3.14 million viewers, making it the highest rated series premiere for FX ever!
Very exciting! Between this and the renewal of The Walking Dead, it's become quite clear that Americans are LOVING the horror genre more than ever!
Have u been watching American Horror Story? Do U think it deserves all the attention it's getting???
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Seriously? We're pretty shocked to learn this.
According to Nielsen ratings, Hawaii Five-0 is the most DVR'd television show of all time, with 3.37 million viewers recording the reboot within a week of its September 20th airing.
Of course, it's still unclear if the aforementioned 3.37 million people ever go back and actually watch it, but a record is still a record!
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