CNN’s Highest Rated Show Just Came In At 22nd Place In Cable News Ratings

CNN has been in a ratings free-fall since Trump left office. Leftists used to tune in to get their nightly hatred of Trump, but with him gone the audience has moved on.

The network’s top-rated show is Chris Cuomo if you can believe it, but even he is way down in ratings.

For the second quarter of 2021, he came in at number 22 in cable news ratings. That’s pitiful.

The Daily Wire reports:

CNN’s Top-Rated Show Came In 22nd Place In Cable News Ratings

The Nielsen ratings for the second quarter of the year are in, and the message seems to be: If Fox News has a show on the air, viewers would rather watch it than anything on CNN.

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CNN, whose year-on-year total day ratings increased 63% in the first quarter of 2021, fell to earth over the last three months.

CNN’s top-rated show, “Cuomo Prime Time,” finished 22nd in cable news, behind 14 Fox News shows and seven broadcast on MSNBC. The shows that beat CNN’s best-rated program include:

– Tucker Carlson Tonight

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– Hannity

– The Five

– The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC)

– The Ingraham Angle

– Special Report with Bret Baier

– The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell (MSNBC)

– Fox News Primetime

– Gutfeld!

– All In with Chris Hayes (MSNBC)

– Deadline White House (MSNBC)

– The Beat with Ari Melber (MSNBC)

– Outnumbered

– The Reidout (MSNBC)

– America’s Newsroom

– The 11th Hour with Brian Williams (MSNBC)

– The Faulkner Focus

– America Reports

– Your World with Neil Cavuto

– Fox and Friends

– The Story with Martha McCallum

Once again, Trump was right.

CNN did this to themselves. They spent the last four years destroying their own brand.


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