Led by Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson, Fox News’ Prime Time lineup propelled the channel to their 34th month as the most watched basic cable network; far surpassing MSNBC and CNN in total viewership.
“Fox News Channel dominated basic cable for the month of April, beating news, sports, and entertainment networks in total day and primetime viewers, while rival news channel CNN continued to shed its audience,” reports Fox News.
“‘Hannity’ finished the month of April as the highest-rated cable news program in total viewers while ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ ranked number two, both outpacing MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow in key categories,” adds the article.
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‘HANNITY’ BLOWOUT: Sean’s Singapore Coverage STEAMROLLS the Competition
Sean Hannity’s extensive coverage of the historic Singapore Summit “steamrolled” the competition this week, with the Fox News host “dominating” the entire marketplace with nearly 6 million viewers.
“The highest rated of Fox News’ coverage was Hannity’s program, which dominated all of television with 5.9 million total viewers, beating out all of broadcast primetime and all of cable,” writes the Daily Wire.
FNC’s “Hannity” (5.9 million P2+ and 1.486 million A25-54) beat ABC’s “The Bachelorette” (5.493 million P2+ and 2.023 million A25-54), and CBS’s “Mom” (4.812 million P2+ and 1.411 million A25-54).
The ratings bonanza comes as the Fox News channel continues to lead the pack, beating “every other network in basic cable for 23 months straight.”
“Fox News had 10 of the top 15 shows in cable news, with Sean Hannity taking the title of highest-rated host in cable news,” writes Forbes Magazine.
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‘HANNITY’ BLOWOUT: ‘Hannity’ Most Watched CABLE SHOW in JULY
Fox News continued to dominate the basic cable market in July, with ‘Hannity’ taking the top spot as the most watched news program in the United States.
Fox News took the top spot for the 25th consecutive month in a row as Sean Hannity gathered approximately 3.37 million viewers daily.
The most watched program of the month was Hannity’s special coverage of President Trump’s Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh, with over 5.8 million viewers tuning-in.
“CNN fared the worst out of the big three cable news networks, placing 10th in primetime and 7th in total day. In primetime, CNN fell to Home and Garden Television, USA Network, the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, the Hallmark Channel, and more,” writes the Daily Caller.
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