In November, Fox News dominated cable news once again, with 14 of the top 15 cable news shows in total viewership under their banner.
According to Nielsen Media Research, the November schedule for Fox News channel contained 71 of the top 100 telecasts in all of cable, not just news.
Fox News Media reports, “According to Nielsen Media Research, FNC occupied more than half the audience share in total day viewership (57%) and the 25-54 demographic (59%) and in primetime viewers (60%) and the 25-54 demographic (59%). In fact, this was FNC’s highest cable news share in total day with A25-54 since 2004, and third best month since the channel came on the air 25 years ago.”
“Notably, this was FNC’s best month with total day and primetime viewers since November 2020,” Fox noted. “Additionally, all FNC weekday shows are up month over month in all categories.”
The cable outlet spelled out its dominance.
“FNC delivered 14 of the top 15 cable news programs in overall viewers, along with the top 14 programs in the younger 25-54 demo,” Fox News observed. “FNC remained the most-watched network in cable news, sweeping the competition in both total day and primetime viewers, beating CNN and MSNBC combined in both total day and primetime across all categories.”
Next came the prime time numbers.
“From 8-11 PM/ET, FNC delivered 2,578,000 viewers, 420,000 in the 25-54 demo and 275,000 with A18-49,” the report showed. “In total day, FNC garnered 1,544,000 viewers, 264,000 with the key 25-54 demo and 171,000 with A18-49.”
Fox News added, “This also marks the ninth consecutive month FNC has been the number one cable network with total day viewers.”
These numbers mean that in November, more watched Fox News Channel than MSNBC and CNN combined. This marks month number four that this has happened.
Making matters worse for the liberal media, CNN’s only bankable star, Chris Cuomo, is on indefinite suspension after it was learned that he not only helped craft his disgraced brother – former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s – response to sexual harassment allegations, but he also dug up dirt on the accusers.
The top show is no surprise: “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
Here’s a breakdown of the top 10 shows in cable news for November:
1. “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” 3,67 million viewers;
2. “The Five,” 3,51 million viewers;
3. “Hannity,” 3.23 million viewers;
4. “Special Report with Bret Baier,” 2.77 million viewers;
5. “The Ingraham Angle,” 2.66 million viewers;
6. “Fox News Primetime,” 2,4 million viewers;
7. “Outnumbered,” 2,04 million viewers;
8. “Gutfeld!” 1,.98 million viewers;
9. “The Rachel Maddow Show,” 1.98 million viewers; and
10. “America’s Newsroom ,” 1.89 million viewers.
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