If you don’t watch the Greg Gutfeld Show on FOX News at 10 PM on Saturday nights, you’re missing out on a real entertainment experience.
Gutfeld usually goes after the liberal media, Hollywood, and all the other left wing suspects that liberal late night shows hold up as heroes. Greg always has interesting and funny guests as well.
His efforts appear to be paying off in the ratings, too. He is beating many of the left wing hosts by a considerable margin.
The Hill reports:
Fox News’s ‘Greg Gutfeld Show’ draws more viewers than weeknight hosts Seth Meyers, James Corden
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld’s weekend show is drawing more viewers than some late-night hosts on the broadcast networks, including popular faces Seth Meyers and James Corden, according to Nielsen Media Research.
Gutfeld launched his 10 p.m. Saturday show, “The Greg Gutfeld Show,” in May 2015 and is currently averaging 1.7 million viewers. That places him above NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and CBS’s “Late Late Show with James Corden,” both averaging 1.2 million total viewers in their respective 12:30 a.m. time slots.
Gutfeld’s numbers are noteworthy since Fridays and Saturdays are generally the least-watched nights of television.
“The Five” co-host is also delivering more than double the number of viewers of TBS’s “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” and Comedy Central’s “Daily Show” with Trevor Noah, which are averaging 835,000 and 732,000 viewers, respectively.
Here’s a clip from his most recent show, if you want to see what it’s like:
Forbes also recently ran a story about the show’s success:
Is Fox News Channel’s Greg Gutfeld The Next King Of Late Night TV?
Fox News dominates the prime-time cable news ratings, but now the network has a hit in late night. Fox’s Greg Gutfeld, whose The Greg Gutfeld Show airs Saturday nights at 10 p.m., finished May with a total audience of 1.8 million viewers—drawing bigger ratings than late night’s biggest broadcast stars, including ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel, NBC’s Seth Meyers and CBS’ James Corden.
The May ratings performance makes Gutfeld’s show the third most-watched show in all of late-night television, ahead of Jimmy Kimmel Live (1.7 million), CBS’s Late, Late Show (1.2 million) and ABC’s Nightline (1.1 million).
“Our show’s success is based on three key ingredients: intelligence, wit, and honesty,” Gutfeld told me Wednesday. “That last part is key. Viewers become fans when you buck the shared assumptions of the media about the world and level with your audience in real terms. I think that’s been the key variable in the success of Fox News Channel and The Greg Gutfeld Show too. Also, I am incredibly handsome.”
Tune in on Saturday night, if you don’t already.
You won’t be disappointed.