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Thanksgiving 2013 was not a good day for Glee. The show’s turkey day installment, Season 5, Episode 7: “Puppet Master,” brought in Glee’s lowest ratings in the show’s entire five-year history.

Per The Hollywood Reporter and Headline Planet, the Thursday, November 28 episode saw only 2.8 million viewers and a 0.9 demo rating. Yikes.

With the notable exception of Glee’s October 10 Cory Monteith tribute episode (at 7.8 million viewers and a 2.8 demo rating), ratings this season have been uncharacteristically low, usually between 4-4.5 million viewers and a 1.5 demo rating.

Prior to this week’s Glee’s lowest rated episode was last year’s Thanksgiving show, Season 4, Episode 7: “Dynamic Duets.” It’s then-series low of 4 million viewers has become the new normal for Glee ratings this year. But the 2.8 million of this week is an even more significant drop.

The moral of the story: No one we repeat, no one — watches TV on Thanksgiving. Also: Puppets and superheroes, as fun and quirky as they might be, seem to be a total ratings sink for Glee.

Even Ylvis’s viral hit “The Fox” couldn’t save Glee this Thanksgiving. What does the Fox say to that?

Source: The Hollywood Reporter, Headline Planet



Beth Douglass is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. She's our resident Glee expert and loves celebrity kids. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!