Chris Jericho did an interview today with the Boston Herald. As we noted before, Chris declined to be a part of this year's WrestleMania. He confirmed that in the interview with the Herald. His exact quote was: "I’m not a part of it and I won’t be a part of it". He also noted that he's not always pleased with what WWE does for him creatively and that Fandango was not his first choice for an opponent at last year's show. Jericho talks about CM Punk and much more. You can read the interview by clicking here.
Howard Finkel celebrates his 34 year with the company today. Congrats to The Fink!
The E! Network sent out this press release touting Sunday's Total Divas rating:
E!’s “TOTAL DIVAS” CONTINUES ITS Smackdown IN SEASON TWO WITH SECOND MOST-WATCHED EPISODE IN ITS HISTORY AND STRONGEST TELECAST THIS SEASON
Los Angeles, CA, March 31, 2014 – E’s hit series “Total Divas” continues its momentum in season two (Sundays 9-10pm). On March 30th, the show scored its second most-watched episode in its history and strongest telecast this season-to-date with 1.55 million total viewers, 616,000 women 18-49 and 416,000 women 18-34. The telecast was also the most-watched episode in total viewers since August 11th 2013 (1.55 million) and the best since September 1st 2013 in adults 18-49 (984,000), women 18-49 (616,000) and women 18-34 (416,000). Versus its first two telecasts earlier this season, the show is up a strong +29% in adults 18-49 delivering almost one million viewers in the demo (984,000 vs. 764,000 average). On Twitter across Sunday, “Total Divas” was ad-supported cable’s #2 most tweeted reality show. Digitally, the show delivered 151,000 weekly uniques, up +16% from its season two premiere week. Across linear television, digital and social, the hit is currently E!’s second-strongest series franchise after “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”