Fox News is off to a great start of the year, with star host Tucker Carlson topping the rating on Tuesday night, quadrupling that of Chris Hayes from MSNBC.

According to available information, Carlos scored a fantastic result earlier this week, completely outperforming his rivals. His Tucker Carlson Tonight at 8 p.m. show crushed all the rivals not only in the overall viewers category, but also in the key 25-54 demographics, per report.

The impressive Tuesday performance has made Tucker Carlson Tonight at 8 p.m. the number one TV talk show on cable television, outpacing Fox Channel’s The Five.

Tucker, whose talk show and current affairs program has been on the air since November 2016, had a staggering 3.52 million average viewers in total. All In with Chris Hayes managed to draw 1.43 million average viewers, while CNN’s Anderson Cooper was far behind with 817,000 total viewers on average.

When it comes to demo viewers, Tucker’s 625,000 far outpaced his competition. Anderson Cooper and Chris Cooper had 196,000 and 156,000 viewers, respectively.

The Five came in second with 3.34 million average viewers in total. This comes as no surprise as the show regularly tops the charts. However, it trailed Tucker Carlson Tonight at 8 p.m. in the demo, with a total of 464,000 viewers.

In July last year, Tucker Carlson Tonight at 8 p.m. set a new record for the highest-rated show in the history of cable television in the US after attracting an average nightly audience of 4.33 million viewers. The popular usually includes political commentary, monologues, interviews, and analysis.