After a month and a half, Viceland is pulling the plug on “Vice Live,” its weeknight live show, due to low ratings.
“Vice Live” aired Monday through Thursday from Vice’s Brooklyn headquarters, originally launching as a two-hour nightly showcase of all things Vice. Viceland later cut the show to one hour a night, but “Vice Live” never managed to catch on in pop culture. The show premiered on Feb. 25 to just 77,000 viewers, making it one of cable’s least-watched shows in primetime.
The final episode of “Vice Live” aired last Thursday.
Vice Live didn’t stand a chance to succeed. This is the least surprising news in the history of history. A two hour long nightly live show on a network that no one can find had a record low ratings. Duh.
But it’s not even the time slot or the network or the length of the show. Vice Land didn’t stand a chance because of the gigantic elephants in the room.
Vice fumbled the bag and let
We should all be rooting against Vice and congratulating
Even the production staff on that show was mistreated and walked out in protest of how poorly they were treated. Their shows usually let out around
Now, before we all stomp on Vice Land’s grave, let’s not
*whispers* the other two women who hosted the show weren’t that great and if you look at any of their bits on Youtube, they are downvoted and shit on prettyy bad. Basically anything that Zack Fox wasn’t apart of was trashity trash trash.
RIP Vice Live. Those 70,000 viewers will be lost.
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