The hosts of Fox News received more good news this week following the release of the latest Nielsen ratings.
Viewership for the network’s prime-time lineup of programs once again dominated in terms of viewership, easily surpassing the two major left-wing networks MSNBC and CNN.
The show “The Five” once again led all cable news shows in total viewers on Monday, racking up a whopping 3.4 million viewers.
Perhaps more impressively, Fox News beat both ABC and NBC across primetime on Monday night, averaging 2.69 million total viewers. ABC averaged 2.42 million total viewers in prime time, while NBC averaged 2.17 million total viewers across prime time.
Per Mediaite, below are the total day averages in total viewers and the 25-54 demographic for all cable news programs:
Fox News: 1.85 million
Fox News: 274,000
Here are the prime time averages — encompassing shows which air from 8-11 p.m. — in total viewers and the 25-54 demo.
Fox News: 2.70 million
MSNBC: 1.52 million
Fox News: 424,000
This has also been a huge year for Jesse Watters, who is a co-host on “The Five” and now has his own prime-time show the the network that bears his name.