Although statistics indicate that fewer people go to television, and in many cases the ones that do go rarely see all of the movies nominated to the Academy Awards, the broadcast of those awards is practically has always one of the largest audiences, not only in the united states, but all over the world. Invariably, the show is just too long, somewhat boring typically, with little theatrical value. This year’s awards were no exception.
In reality, unlike some years, there was really almost no suspense about the winners. Nearly all that won any category were widely predicted, along with the speeches were much too long. The attempt at using a “younger hipper” list of hosts, along with the first co-ed pairing onstage simultaneously, did little to improve the show’s viewability. Both hosts looked like pleasant enough people, but seemed clumsy and quite often uncomfortable within this setting.
The pre-Awards show, they refer to as the Red Carpet, was just interesting to someone who wishes to gaze upon the outfits warn through the celebrities. The inane interviews predominantly asked exactly the same question about who designed the gowns, and added next to nothing to the viewer’s experience apart from a way show.
I used to be very grateful that my lady finally even had enough of the show, and “permitted” me to watch the majority of the second half with the N.B.A. game involving the Miami Heat and Nyc Knicks. Fortunately, it was being an exciting and fairly well played game, even if in the current professional sports world, as it happens being about one teams millionaire superstars versus the others. And, for a lifelong Knick fan, it turned out fun to watch the Knickerbockers be marked down to Miami and defeat the heralded Heat team!
Of course, the moment the basketball game was over, I was forced to customize the channel to the Watch Oscars 2017, to endure more than yet another hour of tedium. So, why are the Oscars so well received? After giving it some thought, I really believe it is usually because it is the best type of escapism, the reality show to “end” all reality shows! Some observe the show as fans with the stars, some to view the expensive clothes worn, some to root for some form of “wardrobe malfunction,” and several to easily be able to discuss the show within their office on the water cooler the very next day.
We actually really should not be surprised the Oscars broadcast is really popular. In the end, reality shows like American Idol, Survivor, The Bachelor, game shows, etc., invariably find yourself near the top of the viewer ratings. Perhaps we are able to look at the Oscars a kind of non combat sport, although in Hollywood there is certainly often a lot of “contact” and definitely melodrama.
I’ll n’t get why the Oscars are extremely popular, but it seems to be an internationally phenomena. The glamor, or living vicariously, or hero worship, or maybe plain very little else to do, contributes to make this popularity possible!
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