Greg Gutfeld Mocks Sarah Silverman after Beating Her in Ratings, Offers to Give Her ‘Pointers’

Fox News star Greg Gutfeld is dominating the cable ratings.

He stars in two top shows and is redefining late-night television.

Gutfeld has been ignored and “blocked” by Hollywood, getting little to no credit for what his success.

But he’s becoming impossible to ignore as his ratings continue to go up.

Gutfeld took to social media to take a well-deserved victory lap and to settle an old score with comedian Sarah Silverman.

He shared the ratings for his “Gutfeld!” program from February 14th to 17th and compared it to the same timeframe when Silverman hosted “The Daily Show.”

“Gutfeld!” averaged 2.1 million viewers, while “The Daily Show” flopped, drawing an average of only 370,000 viewers during the same period.

He also posted the numbers for the advertiser-coveted 18-49 age demographic.

Gutfeld had an average of 150,000 in the 18-49 demo while Silverman has just 80,000.

Gutfeld captioned his post:

“I would love to give Sarah Silverman pointers but the adorable lass blocked me ages ago.”

According to Mediaite:

Fox News’s late-night comedy show, Gutfeld!, brought in 2.2 million total viewers on Tuesday night, beating its lead-in, The Ingraham Angle. Roseanne Barr joined Gutfeld! as a guest.

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Gutfeld! was the 6th highest-rated show overall on cable news in total viewers and the 3rd highest-rated in the key 25-54 age demographic — behind Tucker Carlson and The Five — which was co-hosted by Greg Gutfeld. 

In the 11 p.m. hour, Gutfled! crushed its cable news competition as CNN brought in only 371,000 total viewers and MSNBC scored 972,000.

READ MORE: Greg Gutfeld Sets Lori Lightfoot Straight after Volunteer Scandal: ‘Worst Mayor in America, Worst Chicago Has Ever Had’

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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