Fox News Channel controlled the week’s cable television news scores, with The 5 taking the title as the most-watched program in cable television news. The 5 drew a typical overall audience of 3.332 million audiences for the week ending January 22nd, according to scores information assembled by Nielsen. The panel program continues to be a more powerful entertainer, regardless of airing beyond prime-time show, when viewership levels are greater.
After The 5, the highest-rated programs of the week were Tucker Carlson Tonight (3.086 million audiences), Jesse Watters Primetime (2.647 million audiences), Hannity (2.386 million audiences) and Unique Report with Bret Baier (2.367 million audiences)– all airing on the Fox News Channel.
In prime, Fox News led the cable television news networks with a typical overall audience of 1.996 million audiences– beating CNN and MSNBC integrated. In general, Fox had completely 92 of the 100 highest-rated cable television news telecasts for the week.
Amongst audiences 25-54, the market group most valued by marketers, Tucker Carlson Tonight was very first with 442,000 audiences, followed by The 5 (374,000 audiences), Hannity (303,000 audiences), Jesse Watters Primetime (266,000 audiences) and Unique Report with Bret Baier (256,000 audiences).
Fox & & Buddies(* )controlled the early morning scores with a typical overall audience of 1.260 million audiences, well ahead of MSNBC’s Early Morning Joe (760,000 audiences) and CNN Today, which dropped to its worst week because the program’s launch, drawing an overall audience of 331,000 audiences. In the crucial demonstration,
Fox & & Buddies was very first with 180,000 audiences, followed by Early Morning Joe (98,000 audiences) and CNN Today (65,000 audiences). In late night, Fox News’
Gutfeld! continued to be a strong scores entertainer, providing a typical overall audience of 2.010 million audiences, going beyond both ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live (1.819 million audiences) and NBC’s The Tonight Program with Jimmy Fallon (1.278 million audiences). Source: