The ratings for “Saturday Night Live” tied for the lowest the late-night comedy sketch has seen all season, according to Deadline Sunday.
The episode, hosted by actress Jessica Chastain with musical guest Troye Sivan, was on the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March. It dropped to a 4.3 in household ratings in metered markets, with a 1.8 rating among adults ages 18-49.
hat’s down from the episode last week hosted by Sam Rockwell with “SNL” alums Bill Murray and Fred Armisen and musical entertainment by Halsey, which earned a 4.6 in household ratings and a 1.9 in the key demographic. That show ended up having the highest viewership of season 43, with 7.23 million people tuning in.
The previous season high was set by the season premiere on October 1 hosted by Ryan Gosling with musical guest Jay-Z, which scored 7.099 million viewers and 1.95 rating among ages 18-49.