On this one, they failed to hit the mark.

After learning that episodes of the couple’s new morning talk program, “Live with Kelly and Mark,” are being pre-recorded, fans dragged Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos.

Disappointed viewers vented their annoyance with the co-hosts on Twitter because they filmed programs two months in advance rather than broadcasting live, as the show’s name implies.

“Perhaps they ought to modify the title if it is no longer active. The Kelly & Mark Show, or is it even worthwhile to try given that it will soon be spiraling downward?,” one user tweeted.

“Will it now be known as Taped With Kelly and Mark? Another person wrote, “That show must end immediately.

“Are you serious? Pathetic!” a third remarked. “Do these folks even understand what ‘working’ is.

Since Ryan [Seacrest] left, the thought ratings have been in the negative. One more scoffed, “Seems like they may pre-record all they want, it’ll merely prolong the obvious.

Related: Mark Consuelos On Replacing Ryan Seacrest On ‘Live’ With Wife Kelly Ripa: “We’re Gonna Take Over The World”

This is old news. They have always been engaging in this. A joke is living in a title. The entire show is a joke, a third person chimed in.

According to reports that appeared on Thursday, Ripa and Consuelos, both 52, pre-recorded their episodes for June 19 and 26 on April 26 and April 27, respectively.

According to an insider who spoke to the US Sun, “the opening monologue for the pre-recorded episodes is very general, like discussing relationships and Mark and Kelly’s marriage and life with the kids.”

Big news events like Jerry Springer’s passing, which occurred in the middle of the April 27 taping, were not mentioned.

The insider also disclosed to the publication that Ripa and Consuelos had arranged at least five more filming days for “Live with Kelly and Mark” pre-production.

However, a production source exclusively revealed that pre-recording portions of the show is commonplace.

The source said to us that “they really just want to give viewers as much new material as they can enjoy over the summer.” Weekly changes to the timetable are nothing new.

According to the source, Consuelos and Ripa are recording ahead of time so they may take a vacation for the summer, as the popular series reportedly does every year.

Since Ripa announced in February that Consuelos will replace Seacrest, 48, as her “Live” co-host, the reaction against “Live with Kelly and Mark” has gotten progressively worse.

After the first episode featuring Consuelos by his wife’s side aired in April, viewers voiced their disapproval of the program, with some calling his debut “uninteresting” and “brutal.”

Others criticized the duo for having poor chemistry and engaging in excessive PDA while being filmed.

Ripa and Consuelos were annoyed by the concerns, a “Live” production source exclusively revealed to The Post last month.

Kelly said, “With every new co-host, this has happened before!” insider revealed. “If it hadn’t been Mark, say [Ripa’s friend] Andy Cohen, it would have been the exact same story.”

Ripa, however, has commended her husband and expressed how happy she is with his co-hosting skills.

“I had no concerns about how well he was going to do, and he really proved me right,” she said to Us Weekly in April. “I was never concerned, but I’m so proud of him.”

However, even the former “Riverdale” cast member admitted that occasionally since he began co-hosting, their episodes have gone “off the rails.”

“If it’s good, good. If it doesn’t work out, we’ll try again with more effort. And that’s how I’ve gone about it. On “The Jess Cagle Show with Julia Cunningham” on SiriusXM, he advised listeners to “just kind of be in the moment.”

After falling in love while working together on the soap opera “All My Children” in the 1990s, Ripa and Consuelos got married in 1996. They have three kids together: Joaquin, 20, Michael, 25, and Lola.

Consuelos and Ripa recently celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary, with the actress referring to him as the “love of my life.”


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