FOX News crushes CNN and MSNBC in ratings week after week, month after month.
Their secret weapon? Tucker Carlson.
While many shows on the network are very successful, Tucker Carlson is the biggest hit and it’s paying off big time.
FOX News reports:
‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ helps Fox News beat CNN, MSNBC primetime combined for 45th straight week
Americans flocked to Fox News last week for information and analysis during a jam-packed news cycle as the economy, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, COVID, violence across the nation and all-things politics continue to dominate headlines.
Fox News averaged 1.5 million viewers from May 16-22, thumping all of basic cable as no other network surpassed one-million viewers. ESPN finished second with an average audience of 831,000 while TNT finished third with 788,000 average viewers.
Fox News averaged 2.3 million viewers during the primetime hours of 8-11 p.m., topping all basic cable competitors except for the NBA Playoffs-heavy TNT and ESPN. Fox News crushed other cable news offerings in the category, as MSNBC averaged 910,000 viewers and CNN failed to crack the top ten with a dismal average viewership of only 597,000. It was the 45th consecutive week that Fox News outdrew CNN and MSNBC combined during primetime…
“Tucker Carlson Tonight” was the most-watched cable news program of the week among both total viewers and the advertiser-coveted demo, averaging 3.2 million total viewers and 505,000 in the demo.
“The Five” averaged 3.2 million to finish second, followed by “Hannity,” “Jesse Watters Primetime” and “Special Report with Bret Baier.”
Tucker is even winning with young viewers.
— Kerry 🇺🇸 (@K1erry) May 18, 2022
Cable News Ratings Monday May 16: Tucker Carlson Draws Most Young Viewers in All of Cable News
"Carlson was so dominant among younger viewers that he more than tripled CNN’s Anderson Cooper in their time slot, who only brought in 162,000 demo viewers." https://t.co/fhw6GELuXP
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) May 17, 2022
This is why the left despises him. It’s really that simple.