The Critics Were Mixed, But Betty White Has Proven Once Again How Much the Public Loves Her

Jun 17, 2010  •  Post A Comment

TVLand’s premiere on Wednesday night, June 16th of "Hot in Cleveland," only drew a mixed response from TV critics, but the viewing public is clear in their chant of loving everything Betty White these days.

Almost 5 million viewers tuned in, ,making it the most-viewed, highest rated show in TVLand history.

The demo breakdown for the show was of interest: In TVLand’s core 25-49 year-old audience, 2 million viewers watched, somewhat more than half of those (1.3 million) being women. In adults 18-49 years old, 1.6 million viewers tuned in.

Besides White, the other stars of the show are Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick.

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  1. Incredibly bad script, a stupid premise, and essentially no laughs. And yet people will be thrilled with Betty White in spite of sub-basement quality. It’s an awful state of affairs.

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