The Wrap‘s Joseph Adalian is reporting that last night’s Oscar telecast attracted 41.3 million viewers, the best since 2005 and an approximate 15 percent gain from 2009’s viewership, which averaged 36.3 million. But the show “skewed a bit older.” Much of the audience gains came in adults over 50, who upticked about 17 percent. In terms of 18-to-34 year-olds, the show “was actually down 3 percent.”