A quick summary of an article from Fox News shows the great success the network has had for 110 weeks! Fox News has been the most-watched cable news channel for 110 consecutive weeks. In the week of March 20-26, 2023, Fox News averaged 1.3 million total viewers, while MSNBC averaged 760,000 and CNN averaged 467,000. Fox News also dominated in the 25-54 demographic, averaging 154,000 viewers to MSNBC’s 90,000 and CNN’s 90,000.
Fox News’ primetime lineup of Tucker Carlson Tonight, Hannity, and The Ingraham Angle was particularly successful, beating MSNBC and CNN combined in the 25-54 demographic. Carlson Tonight averaged 3.2 million viewers, The Five averaged 3.1 million, and Hannity averaged 2.9 million.
Fox & Friends has topped cable news morning offerings for 105-straight weeks, averaging 1.1 million viewers to more than triple the dismal turnout for Don Lemon’s CNN This Morning, which managed only 360,000 total viewers, said the Fox News article.
Gutfeld! continued to top broadcast network late-night shows, averaging 1.9 million viewers compared to 1.6 million for ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! and 1.4 million for NBC’s The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon.
Outnumbered did very well too and averaged 1.7 million total viewers to beat out CBS’ The Talk, ABC’s GMA3, and NBC’s Today with Hoda and Jenna.
Fox News also crushed MSNBC and CNN combined among both total daytime and primetime viewers during the weekend. Cavuto Live averaged 1.4 million viewers to finish as the No. 1 cable news program on Saturday, while Maria Bartiromo’s Sunday Morning Futures averaged 1.5 million.
Here’s the moment a truthful life story was shared during an episode with star host Greg Gutfeld: