Oscars Ratings Up 69% From 2021 With Delayed-Viewing Data

The awards show has been viewed by 18.4 million people, according to ABC

The Oscars’ telecast has now jumped to 18.4 million total viewers and a 4.38 rating in the key 18 to 49 demographic, according to Live + Seven-Day numbers reported by ABC (which includes out-of-home viewing data).

This constitutes about a 69% increase in viewership compared to last year, when just 10.9 million people watched the show (a record low for the Oscars). Ratings were also up about 90% in the 18 to 49 demo (compared to a 2.31 last year).

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Katie Campione

Katie Campione is a TV Reporter at TheWrap. She has contributed to The Hollywood Reporter, People Magazine, The Associated Press, and more. She has a BA in Journalism from the University of Florida. Find her on Twitter: @Katie_Campione