Remember that time when Seth Meyers was doing an interview with Martha Stewart and he couldn’t stop laughing and then because he was laughing so hard he started crying? That was just too funny
I don’t know why but ever since Bill Hader left SNL and I think about all the Hader fans that I follow, I think of that one commercial he did a few years ago where it was about a security system and at the end of the commercial he bursts through the door and has this grin on his face. I guess I figure that he’s gonna go and do that and surprise his fans late at night
The Cast of Arrested Development at The Netflix Original Series “Arrested Development” Press Conference at Sheraton Universal
sabout brand new Arrested Development
- Netflix will probably crash cos’ everyone is excited and nobody will be able to watch brand new Arrested Development
Amy Poehler at the 38th Annual Gracie Awards Gala (May 21, 2013)
Oh okay, sorry about that then! I had took your message as sounding like that nobody still watches the show. But the ratings you see on wikipedia are a different set of ratings, I was looking at the overall viewers. The ratings system in the US can be very complicated, but it’s also an outdated system too
Gillian Jacobs photographed by Ari Michelson for Sharp Magazine, June 2013
Amy Poehler attends the 38th Annual Gracie Awards Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on May 21, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California.
Nowadays since the 2006 season, they have been averaging anywhere from 8 to 10 million viewers, maybe even more depending on who’s hosting. The lowest they dipped since that time has been in the 7 million range. But wait, you weren’t actually looking for a real answer were you anon? You were looking to slam the show because you probably don’t like it/watch it. Here’s something else you should know: Even in the 2005-06 season, even though they averaged 6 million viewers, they were still the most watched late night program on television by a wide margin. MADtv barely averaged 4 million viewers.
So I was reading an old NY Times article from 2006 and found out this little SNL fact: The 2005-06 season was the least watched season in SNL history with only 6 million viewers. 2004-05 season only pulled in 6.2 million viewers.
We can’t wait to have Elisabeth Moss on the show tonight!
Kristen Wiig by Paola Kudacki for Harper’s Bazaar US June/July 2013