January 19, 2006 |
CBS' broadcast gets the lowest ratings in the award show's 32-year history. CBS' "People's Choice Awards" did not live up to its name last week, drawing the smallest audience in its 32-year history, according to Nielsen Media Research figures released Wednesday. The telecast drew 9.75 million viewers, down 1% from last year's telecast, which attracted 9.89 million, the previous low. The entertainment awards show drew its largest audience in 1977, with 35.32 million viewers.
January 12, 2006 |
AS she started her march down the media-lined carpet at the 32nd annual People's Choice Awards at the Shrine Auditorium on Tuesday evening, Cobie Smulders, star of TV's "How I Met Your Mother," looked radiant in an aqua gown. A publicist guided her to the first TV camera crew, where she was asked about her dress. She explained that she had hurt her ankle and thus needed a floor-length dress to hide the injury. She found this one and thought, "This feels great." Next reporter, same question.
November 11, 2005 |
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are up for a People's Choice award celebrating their on-screen chemistry in "Mr. & Mrs. Smith," CBS announced Thursday. Both actors were also nominated for individual titles: favorite leading man and favorite female movie star. Winners, decided by popular vote (weigh in at www.pcavote.com) will be announced Jan. 10 at the 32nd annual People's Choice Awards, held at the Shrine Auditorium and broadcast on CBS. The show will be hosted by Craig Ferguson.
January 11, 2005 |
CBS' venerable "The People's Choice Awards" definitely wasn't the pick of TV viewers Sunday night. The popularity contest that saw Michael Moore and Mel Gibson win the big movie honors attracted a mere 9.9 million viewers from 9 to 11 p.m. -- the lowest rating in the show's 30-year history, down 20% from last year. ABC's "Desperate Housewives" continued to be Sunday's most-watched series with an average of 25.2 million viewers.
January 8, 2004 |
Some of 2003's biggest film hits, including "Finding Nemo" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," led the best picture nominees on Tuesday for the fan-driven 30th People's Choice Awards. "Nemo" and "Pirates" were both nominated for Favorite Motion Picture on the list, along with "Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers," another box office smash and the second installment in the popular Middle Earth trilogy.
January 14, 2003 |
Jennifer Aniston, nursing a broken toe, needed a cane and a co-star to collect her People's Choice Award. Aniston, who plays Rachel Green on the hit NBC series "Friends," used the cane and a helping hand from co-star Matthew Perry to walk to the stage of the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Sunday. The 33-year-old actress received the award for favorite female television performer during the 29th annual awards show, hosted by Tony Danza.