For people who were actually watching the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night, it seemed to be going pretty well. Host Stephen Colbert brought former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer onstage to simultaneously poke fun at the ceremony and his former boss. He declared that the CBS broadcast would have “the largest audience to witness an Emmys, period — both in person and around the world.” But the presence of Colbert, Spicer hijinks and historic wins for Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Atlanta couldn’t compete with the Green Bay Packers game on NBC. The most recent numbers indicate a historically low viewership for the show, down 2% from last year, which was previously the lowest on record. I'm not surprised. First, the choice of Colbert as host immediately signaled the event would be a Trump bash from the open monologue...which is was. Secondly, the public is tired of the beautiful people celebrating themselves and forcing their political leanings down our throats.