Fox News star Jesse Watters has crushed MSNBC’s Joy Reid and CNN’s Erin Burnett in the latest TV ratings figures.
Watters’ winning streak comes as Fox News continues its record run of total dominance of cable news.
The host stars in two hit shows for Fox News; “The Five” and “Jesse Watters Primetime.”
On Monday, Watters pulled in 2.8 million viewers for his solo gig while Joy Reid pulled in 1.2 million at MSNBC and Burnett pulled in 790k for CNN.
On Wednesday it was an even bigger win for Watters who pulled in 2.9 million viewers to 1.2 million for Reid and 680k for Burnett.
Rachel Maddow pulled in 2.36 million total viewers and 232,000 viewers in the key 25-54 age demographic.
Maddow was the only non-Fox News host to hit 2 million viewers and top 200,000 in the key demo.
Sean Hannity still beat Maddow at 9 p.m. with 2.68 million total viewers and 358,000 demo viewers.
As for the three cable news networks overall, here are the total day averages in total viewers and the 25-54 demo, according to Mediaite:
- CNN: 547,000
- Fox News: 1.79 million
- MSNBC: 1.01 million
- 25-54 Demo:
- CNN: 107,000
- Fox News: 237,000
- MSNBC: 97,000
Here are the prime time averages — encompassing shows which air from 8-11 p.m. — in total viewers and the 25-54 demo.
- CNN: 606,000
- Fox News: 2.76 million
- MSNBC: 1.83 million
- CNN: 143,000
- Fox News: 374,000
- MSNBC: 166,000
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