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TruTV Tweets Middle Finger At Fans Who Ripped Channel's Viewership

Admit it - every year during the NCAA Tournament, you have to use a Google search to determine what channel truTV is on. Apparently, they're tired of the jokes associated with the practice. 

Twitter user @PickSixPreviews tweeted out an Internet search chart of "what channel is truTV" over the past few years, and obviously, it shows a spike during March. TruTV wasn't exactly thrilled, and gave a somewhat NSFW response. Check this out:

">March 19, 2016

">@PickSixPreviews You're good at interpreting charts! What do you make of this one? https://t.co/XJDC26PKyJ#truTVisAThing

— truTV (@truTV)

@PickSixPreviews You're good at interpreting charts! What do you make of this one? https://t.co/XJDC26PKyJ#truTVisAThing

— truTV (@truTV) March 20, 2016

">March 20, 2016

">March 20, 2016

">@PickSixPreviews That graph shows yearly spikes in search terms, not viewership. You took a cheap, snarky shot at us & we answered in kind.

— truTV (@truTV)

@PickSixPreviews That graph shows yearly spikes in search terms, not viewership. You took a cheap, snarky shot at us & we answered in kind.

— truTV (@truTV) March 20, 2016

">March 20, 2016

TruTV definitely won this round, but it's true that the channel is mostly irrelevant the other 11 months of the year. 

[Awful Announcing]