Sunday night's Academy Awards slumped to 32.9 million viewers, the award show's lowest viewership in nine years. Viewership dropped four percent since 2016, and 13 percent in adults aged 18-49, according to Deadline. The Oscars have long been experiencing a viewership decline, losing eight percent of its viewership from 2015 to 2016. Last night's Jimmy Kimmel-hosted show ended on a chaotic note, after announcers mistakenly awarded the “Best Picture” prize to La La Land before realizing a production error and announcing that Moonlight had actually won. The award show also mistakenly included a living person in its “In Memoriam” segment.