The 2023 Emmy Awards ratings plummeted to a new all-time low averaging just 4.3 million viewers, according to Nielsen.

Cross-dresser Ts Madison (pictured top) won his first Emmy for “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” He is 2 trophies away from EGOT status.

The 2023 Emmy ratings are down 27 percent from the previous low of 5.92 million viewers for the 2022 Emmys.

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The awards ceremony was pushed back 4 months due to the dual writers and actors strikes in Hollywood last year.

Hosted by Anthony Anderson, the 75th anniversary Emmy Awards was the most diverse ever with more Black, brown and LGBT+ members walking away with the coveted statuettes.

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The Television Academy handed out Emmys to 12 people of color — including Barack Obama, who took home his second Emmy for production.

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The Bear‘s Ayo Edebiri (left) and Abbot Elementary’s Quinta Brunson (below) scored the night’s first 2 awards, marking the first time that Black actresses won the supporting and lead comedy actress Emmys in the same year.

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Viola Davis and Uzo Aduba previously won Emmys in the drama categories in 2015.

Critics have long complained that the Emmys were not diverse enough. They said the awards show often ignored Black and transgender actors in the major categories.