Fox News – one of the only major news outlets that isn't “woke” – is crushing its competition, registering as cable’s most-watched network in the third quarter of 2022.
Fox News averaged 1.4 million daytime viewers during the quarter, trouncing second place MSNBC, who received only 783,000 day viewers in the same period. CNN, ESPN, and HGTV were among the top five and also fell behind Fox News.
Primetime hours spelled even better news for Fox – the outlet averaged 2.2 million viewers from 8-11 P.M, beating out MSNBC and CNN combined. CNN didn't even make it into the top five networks.
This news comes not long after CNN’s far-left host Don Lemon lost his primetime show, “Don Lemon Tonight.” The long-time primetime political activist will now instead appear on televisions in the morning. Similarly, longtime CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin was recently let go after pleasuring himself on a zoom call with his colleagues.
Even CNN’s most watched show “Anderson Cooper 360” failed to pass a million viewers, registering as number 24 among cable news shows. A total of 15 Fox News and 8 MSNBC offerings brought in higher numbers.
Meanwhile, Fox hosts are fairing much better. Dan Bongino's “Unfiltered with Dan Bongino” received 1.3 million viewers on average, making it the most-watched cable news program on Saturdays. Mark Levin’s “Life, Liberty & Levin” saw similar success, averaging an impressive 1.8 million viewers on the Sunday show.
“Tucker Carlson Tonight” commanded large following as well, recording a stunning average of 3.2 million viewers.
Finally, in a record move, “The Five” averaged 3.3 million viewers. This is the first time in history that a non-primetime cable news program made the top of its category for four consecutive quarters, reports claim.
Such numbers are likely unsurprising to Americans who are sick of the media radical Liberal bent. People simply don't trust the mainstream media anymore. Should outlets such as CNN continue to put out fake news and defame their political opponents, they will likely lose even more viewers to Fox.