McEnroe Show Gets “Love” Rating

Kevin Aylward passes on word that John McEnroe’s eponymous CNBC show achieved a dubious 0.0 rating during the week of the Democratic convention, losing substantial ground over its lead-in, “Dennis Miller.”

I rather like both Miller and McEnroe and find them engaging. Both of their shows are, however, unwatchable. I gave Miller several weeks before finally giving up. I couldn’t bear more than two episodes of Johnny Mac.

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  1. While I rarely watch it, the Miller show has improved over the early weeks.

    I have never even come across McEnroe’s show by accident. The only reason I knew he had one was because I caugh him on Letterman talking about it.