Former FOX employee Megyn Kelly appears to be badly flopping in the ratings after her move over to NBC, otherwise known as the Media Arm of the Democrat Party.
Reports say that NBC network executives ate completely “freaking out” over how horribly Megyn Kelly is doing in the ratings, and very much fear that she will cause big rating problems for their other shows that air before and after Megyn’s new show.
I’m glad to see Megyn Kelly doing so bad, and hope that she continues to take a nosedive in the ratings – not because I’m mad she left Fox, but because she is just another stinking libtard douchebag, with plans to help the Democrats whenever she can.
If things go the way we think they might, and good Americans reject the bias and corruption of the libtard media, Megyn Kelly will be off the air for good in the near future.
NBC is reportedly “freaking out” because the network’s over-hyped talent Megyn Kelly has already been a “ratings disaster.”
“They didn’t pay her $15 million for this. They are now worried that her numbers will be bad when she joins the 9 am hour of Today,” a source reportedly told Radar Online. “If Kelly tanks at 9 am she will also bring down Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb at 10 am.”
The debut of Kelly’s Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly, with its much-hyped Vladimir Putin interview, could not even beat out a rerun of 60 Minutes. Her second show got clobbered as well. As Radar Online noted, Kelly’s interview with Erin Andrews “was destroyed by 60 Minutes, which scored 7.66 million total viewers. Kelly got a paltry 4.35 million people to tune in to her program.”
Already in desperation mode, NBC is reportedly “scrambling” to land big “gets” like Kathy Griffin or Adrianna Grande because, according to the source, the network seems to have already determined that “people are not tuning in to watch Megyn without huge guests.”
After reportedly being rejected multiple times, Kelly finally found a producer for her daily one-hour morning show just last Friday.
Veteran producer Jackie Levin agreed to produce the show, which is set to debut in September.
NBC News reportedly had trouble locking down an executive producer for Kelly’s daily one-hour show for months. According to one television insider, though “NBC and Megyn Kelly would like you to believe” her show did not have an executive producer because “there are just so many great people lining up for the job,” it was “quite the opposite.”
According to the insider’s source, Kelly and NBC had “approached some big names and they have all said no.”
Kelly reportedly wanted Bill Geddie, Barbara Walters’ longtime producer, to run her morning show. But he reportedly turned her down in addition to other top names because “no one wants to take the gig and most of the blame if Kelly flops at NBC.”
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