While not as sharp as those endured by the previous two episodes, a decline struck this week’s “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
China will ease family planning restrictions to allow all couples to have two children, after decades of the strict and controversial one-child policy left it with an ageing population and shrinking workforce.
Technology can be so cruel.
Sure, it’s helped to create a “global village,” connect fans to their idols, provide Brazil countless opportunities to trend on Twitter and spoil us with an endless supply of porn, puppies and Britney GIFs — but it also just makes us feel so very lonely scrolling through all those timelines and hashtags sometimes, doesn’t it?
FX’s “American Horror Story: Hotel” again suffered steep declines in adults 18-49 and total viewership.
Wednesday’s episode, which was the third of the current season, posted a 1.67 adults 18-49 rating with 3.202 million total viewers.
Many would think that Janet Jackson’s well-reviewed Unbreakable could sell on its own, but that’s apparently not the case. When Janet Jackson debuted at No. 1 a couple weeks back, her album sales were, according to Hits Daily Double, aided by using a special little trick.