Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s show on Fox News has crushed Rachel Maddow’s primetime rival on MSNBC in the ratings.
McEnany’s show “Outnumbered” has continued to gain viewers to become a huge hit.
Fox News continues to dominate the ratings, recording 9 of the top 25 shows for Monday.
Far-left MSNBC and CNN saw their best shows buried far down in the list.
Fox News beat its competitors in total viewers and in the critical 25-54 age demographic.
Tucker Carlson’s show finished 7th, Sean Hannity 12th, “The Five” came in at 13, “Jesse Watters Primetime” 14th, “The Ingraham Angle” was at number 17, “Gutfeld!” was 21st, McEnany’s “Outnumbered” came in a number 22, “Special Report with Bret Bair” was 23rd, and “America’s Newsroom” was 25th.
The first show for either MSNBC or CNN to crack the list was Rachel Maddow.
Maddow, who was back hosting the show on Monday, finished at a miserable 31 – far below Kayleigh McEnany’s hit show “Outnumbered.”
Trump’s former spokeswoman still beat Maddow despite her show airing on Fox News during the day while the far-left host has a prime time slot on MSNBC.
The latest viewership figures show Fox News beating MSNBC and CNN by huge margins:
Day total viewers numbers:
- CNN: 563,000
- Fox News: 1.84 million
- MSNBC: 1.07 million
Day 25-54 demographic:
- CNN: 108,000
- Fox News: 267,000
- MSNBC: 118,000
Prime time total viewers:
- CNN: 652,000
- Fox News: 2.81 million
- MSNBC: 1.97 million
Prime time 25-54 demo:
- CNN: 148,000
- Fox News: 392,000
- MSNBC: 188,000
According to NextTV:
Fox News and MSNBC topped both the primetime and total day charts during the week of August 15 to August 22, marking the sixth consecutive week the two news networks occupied the top positions, according to Nielsen.
In primetime, Fox News finished first with 2.3 million viewers – its 12 consecutive week in the top slot – followed by MSNBC with 1.3 million viewers.
ESPN finished third with 887,000 viewers, followed by HGTV’s 872,000 viewers and Hallmark Channel’s 870,000 watchers.