Fox News Viewership Demolishes CNN, MSNBC Combined for 25th Straight Week

The left-wing media outlets of CNN and MSNBC were demolished for the 25th week in a row.

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Leading the pack, Fox News averages more than both networks combined for both total day and primetime viewers.

Fox News averaged 1.5 million viewers from Jan. 31 through Feb. 6 to finish as the most-watched network on basic cable.

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USA averaged 811,000 to finish second.

MSNBC’s average viewership of 690,000 came in third.

CNN came in last with a dismal 467,000. CNN is behind Investigation Discovery, Hallmark, INSP, ESPN and HGTV for ninth place.

“Tucker Carlson Tonight” finished as the most-watched show on cable news among the advertiser-coveted demographic of adults age 25-54.

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CNN struggled even more during the primetime hours of 8-11 p.m., attracting less than a quarter of Fox News’ viewership.

Fox News averaged 2.5 million prime viewers to finish No. 1 in basic cable, followed by second-place USA with 1.4 million. MSNBC averaged 1.3 million viewers to finish third while CNN attracted only 555,000 primetime viewers to finish No. 18 among basic cable.

TV Land, A&E, Lifetime, Food Network and TLC are among the 17 basic cable offerings that outdrew CNN’s primetime staples Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon.

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Fox News had its most-watched week of 2022 among both total day and primetime viewers, securing 58% of all cable news viewers.

Fox News viewership grew 22% compared to the same week in 2021, while MSNBC lost 49% of its audience and CNN shed a staggering 63% of viewers. “The Five” averaged 3.63 million viewers to finish as the most-watched show in cable news, followed by “Tucker Carlson Tonight” with an average audience of 3.61 million.

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“The Five” and “Tucker” both beat out ABC’s heavily promoted “The Bachelor” among total viewers. “Tucker” also finished as the most-watched show on cable news among the advertiser-coveted demographic of adults age 25-54, averaging 593,000 demo viewers.

“Jesse Watters Primetime” continued to thrive in its second week, finishing as the third-most-watched show in cable news with three million viewers. “Hannity” averaged 2.95 million viewers and “Special Report” attracted 2.5 million to secure FNC offerings sweeping the top five.