Wesley Morris, writer and New York Times critic, reflects on its seeming demise.
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The Academy Awards take place this Sunday and, for the first time since 1989, the show will have no host. Viewership in 2018 fell 19 percent from the year before. In creative attempts to hold on to viewer interest, the…