Why we’re not watching NHL Live: The ‘Worst’ Show Ever on TV?
A show that is the worst thing to happen to the NHL’s hockey franchise, “Worst Show Ever” is coming to an end, as the network’s ratings are dropping to the lowest level since they began airing games in 2016.
The show, which was broadcast in 2017, was one of the biggest ratings bombs in network history.
But it was also a great show that could be seen as a harbinger of things to come.
While the show has been called a “failure,” it’s the best thing to come out of the NBCUniversal-owned sports network.
The network’s programming lineup has been in flux since the cancellation of the 2016-17 season.
The sports network’s coverage has shifted to the NFL and the NBA.
While NBC is no longer making money from the NFL Network, it still does sell sports cable packages, and it continues to be the largest pay-per-view channel in the country.
“We did not do this for the money, we did it for the fans,” NBC execs said.
“They deserve it.
We’re not going to get into the ratings side of it.”
NBC Sports has yet to comment on the ratings decline.
A spokesperson for NBCUniversal said in a statement that the network is proud of its coverage of the NHL and is committed to its legacy and future.
The spokesperson added that NBCUniversal is “investing heavily” in its hockey coverage, which is why “Worse Show Ever,” was cancelled.
NBCUniversal will likely be losing money on the show, according to CNBC.
But the network said it will not lose any advertisers.
The number of people who are paying for NBC Sports’ “Wormhole” and “WrestleMania” packages has declined as well.
“Wreck-It Ralph” is also no longer a success, though its ratings remain high.
The animated comedy was cancelled after only one season.
NBC is also expected to lose millions in advertising revenue from its “Monday Night Football” broadcasts.