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‘America’s Got Talent’ Debuts With Lower Ratings Despite Howard Stern’s New Hosting Role

Despite the headline-nabbing addition of new host Howard Stern, Monday night’s season premiere of America’s Got Talent debuted to lower ratings than last season, surprising some analysts, while confirming what others suggested—the prime-time field is too cluttered with competition for Stern’s presence to make a difference.  Some have even suggested that Stern was even too [...]
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