The biggest Academy Awards audience on record came in 1998, when the blockbuster Titanic was named best picture. The Academy Awards are often the most-watched television program of the year after the Super Bowl, but this year’s Winter Olympics opening ceremony from Pyeongchang reached 27.8 million. The previous low-water mark for the Oscars came in 2008, when No Country For Old Men won best picture. Here's the truthTottenham Hotspur vs Juventus Live score, Live Streaming, UEFA Champions League: Son Heung-min gives Spurs 1-0 leadTelevision viewers could barely stifle a yawn for Hollywood’s biggest night, with the Academy Awards plunging to a record-low viewership of 26.5 million people. Guillermo Del Toro won the Best Director Award as well. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App Top News
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Oscars 2018: A 20 percent drop was observed in the viewership from last year. The Academy Awards can keep bragging rights over other awards shows. Only four years ago the Oscar reached nearly 44 million viewers. Oscar viewership is often tied to the box office muscle of the big nominees, and best picture winner The Shape of Water only grossed $57.4 million in the United States. The Shape of Water, in fact, won the maximum number of Oscars this year. At the Academy Awards yesterday, The Shape of Water took home the Best Picture Oscar, Darkest Hour star Gary Oldman and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri actor Frances McDormand bagged the Best Actor and Best Actress Award respectively. It’s the first time the Oscars have drawn fewer than 30 million people, in Nielsen records that go back to 1974.