I really like watching movies, so I’m really looking forward to this Sunday when one of my favorite awards shows will be broadcast – the Oscars! I’ll be tuning in early for the red carpet preview to see what everyone is wearing!

I haven’t had a chance to see many of the nominated movies, because I’ve been busy with work and family life. But, I’m still interested in finding out who wins an award.

Last year’s ceremony, according to Nielsen, was watched by 37.3 million total viewers, which was the lowest-rated Oscars telecast since 2011. But it still ranked as the No. 4 most-watched program and the No. 1 entertainment program of 2015.

According to Nielsen, the highest-rated Oscars show of all time was the 1998 ceremony, when one of my favorite movies, Titanic, won 11 Academy Awards, including best picture. That year 55.25 million viewers watched the show.

The average cost of a 30-second ad during Sunday’s Oscars telecast is between $1.9 million and $2 million, according to Kantar Media. Those numbers are significantly larger than the average cost of a spot during last year’s Grammys ($942,000) or Golden Globes ($577,000).

Hope you get a chance to see the show. It should be interesting!

Have a great day.

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