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‘People have finally had enough’: Amber Heard trolled after ‘Dateline’ interview see RATINGS TANK

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NBC’s meeting with the ‘Aquaman’ star on Friday night drew a total of 2.3 million viewers and a demo rating of 0.2

It looks like Amber Heard’s much-hyped interview with NBC’s ‘Dateline’ has turned out to be quite a flop following the actress’ trial loss to Johnny Depp.

Heard’s interview with NBC host Savannah Guthrie aired in full on Friday, June 17. It came after a series of “Today” and Peacock teasers released earlier in the week in which Heard, 36, and Marke Depp, 59, were a “liar” and doubled down on claims he had her throughout their relationship physically and sexually assaulted. The actress told the network she has a “folder full of therapist notes” to prove her allegations against the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star. She also claimed that the jury may have been impressed with her ex-husband, suggesting this may be why he won the trial.


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Despite a slew of explosive claims from Heard, NBC’s sitdown with the ‘Aquaman’ star on Friday night drew just 2.3 million viewers and a 0.2 demo rating. According to TVLine, ratings fell 18 and 50 percent week-on-week, respectively, to mark the “second-smallest audience since November and a seasonal low in the demo.”

Depp Stans delighted in the disastrous reviews as a sort of poetic justice to Heard.

“This is what happens when MSM loses public trust and we all turn to more honest alternative media sources on social media and YouTube. A good sign that people are finally having enough,” one fan tweeted.

“Depp could have given Dateline the highest ratings in history just by sitting in the chair and eating a muffin!” another joked.

“I think people will eventually realize that they have far more power in the crowd than any lavish bazillionaire at the top ranks because people have the power to stop listening to their rhetoric” -Johnny Depp #Dateline,” reads it in a comment.

“Imagine the impact we’ll have if we don’t watch Aquaman 2 when it comes out if it’s still in,” wondered another.

“I wasn’t watching. As a domestic violence survivor, I support Johnny Depp and others like him. Lots of love to everyone who wasn’t watching either,” added another.

Earlier this month, a Virginia-based jury ruled overwhelmingly in Depp’s favour, awarding him more than $10 million in damages after ruling that Heard defamed him in a 2018 Washington Post op-ed for saying he was a “person.” of public life that depicts domestic violence”. While she didn’t mention Depp in the essay, his attorneys argued that the ramifications were obvious and hurt their client’s career. The seven-member jury also awarded Heard $2 million in damages for one of her three counterclaims for defamation.

During her ‘Dateline’ interview with Guthrie last week, Heard called the trial’s verdict a “setback” for women and that she was “afraid” it would mean more “silencing” of survivors hoping to air their allegations . She also said she hoped her arduous ordeal in the courtroom would “mean something” for her daughter Oonagh when she grows up. The actress reportedly plans to appeal the jury’s unanimous decision.

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