Megyn Kelly’s “Today” show still isn’t doing well with the ratings and is continuing to plummet says The Daily Caller.  Last week the ratings for Kelly’s show “slipped from 0.77 points on Monday to 0.54 points on Tuesday of last week.”

“It’s a possible all-time low for ‘Today.’ It may even be lower than her [Fox] cable show. [NBC News president] Noah [Oppenheim] and [NBC News and MSNBC chairman] Andy [Lack] are in big trouble,” a source told Page Six.

Last week, Kelly also appeared for the first time on MSNBC, appearing to give completely over to the liberal media and not even trying to pretend anymore.

“It’s unthinkable. You don’t see Matt [Lauer] or Savannah [Guthrie] on MSNBC … It’s not a good sign,” said a source for Page Six.

This has been a downward spiral for Kelly over the past several months, and it all seemed to start when she turned her back on the group that was praising her and where she gained her most popularity: conservatives.

After Kelly started becoming more and more critical of then-candidate Donald Trump throughout 2015, she lost a lot of her popularity with the Fox news channel viewers.

Kelly has suffered a lot of awkward moments ever since starting her morning show where she still is trying to make the transition from hard-hiting prime time host, to early morning, less-serious talk show host.

Her first week out, she told a gay fan of the show “Will & Grace” that his “gay thing is gonna’ work out great!”  it has been later reported that Debra Messing regrets going on the show as well.

Another stupid moment for Kelly came when she interviewed Jane Fonda and Robert Redford about their new movie coming out on Netflix, and Kelly asked Fonda about the plastic surgery she has had done in the past.

To that Fonda replied, “we really want to talk about that now?”

Obviously Kelly still has some lessons to learn about what makes a good day-time talk show host, and she needs to develop it fast if she wants her show to survive.

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BY Isabelle Weeks


I am a staff writer for DC Statesman and like to report on current events happening in the Trump administration as well as the political world.