BY Finn Payton | Nov 11, 2013 10:45 PM EST
The latest ratings recorded by “The X Factor USA” on the show’s Top 13 episode has likely defined the show’s fate and critics suspect that the Fox reality singing competition is more possibly getting the ax for the next season.
The rival show of NBC’s “The Voice,” has dropped to a new low on second day of week 12. Figures show that the episode, featuring the 13 finalists this season recorded a catastrophic low of 3.64 million viewers and 1.2 demo rating.
The initial numbers are much lower than the viewers’ share on week 12’s first night, Wed, Nov. 6, recorded at 4.54 million and demographic ratings at 1.5.
According to the Entertainmentwise.com, The low ratings came amidst report on the uncertainties of the show’s future. Rumours have been flying around that the show’s officials are considering ways to deal with the poor ratings.
It will be recalled that an insider came out first week of November revealing that the officials of the Fox reality show are considering reducing the production costs if they want to keep show on air.
One of the speculated ways for effective cost reduction however, is taking veteran, head judge, Simon Cowell.
There are still no official statements on the parameters outlined by the “X Factor” officials to keep the show running.
With the lowest ratings recorded by the Fox reality show, will there be no more edition of “The X Factor” in the U.S.
VIDEO Credit: YouTube/The X Factor USA
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