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Published On: Wed, Jun 13th, 2018

Fox News winning cable ratings battle, CNN falls below HGTV, USA and TBS

Fox News Channel was once again the most watched cable network in both total day and in prime time, among total viewers last week. MSNBC came in second. TBS and Investigation Discovery were No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, among the 25-54 demo, in total day and prime time.

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Where’s CNN?

Down to six, out of the top in all of the categories.

This is FNC’s 22nd consecutive week as the number network in all of cable.

FNC also had the top five cable telecasts among total viewers including airings of Hannity taking the top 4 slots, averaging 3.2 million viewers per telecast last week.

CNN is nowhere to be found, losing across all of the demographics. The network has taken a ton of heat for their unbridled anti-Trump rhetoric under the guise of being a neutral news outlet.

Here are the rankings:

Basic Cable Top 5 – Prime Time (Total Viewers)

  1. FNC (2,425,000)
  2. MSNBC (1,648,000)
  3. HGTV (1,404,000)
  4. USA (1,357,000)
  5. TBS (1,117,000)

Basic Cable Top 5 – Total Day (Total Viewers)

  1. FNC (1,394,000)
  2. Nick (925,000)
  3. MSNBC (914,000)
  4. HGTV (779,000)
  5. ID (709,000)

Basic Cable Top 5 – Prime Time (A25-54)

  1. TBS (587,000)
  2. USA (542,000)
  3. HGTV (460,000)
  4. FNC (452,000)
  5. Discovery (444,000)

Basic Cable Top 5 – Total Day (A25-54)

  1. ID (296,000)
  2. FNC (273,000)
  3. HGTV (266,000)
  4. USA (250,000)
  5. TBS (249,000)

 

About the Author

- Roxanne "Butter" Bracco began with the Dispatch as Pittsburgh Correspondent, but will be providing reports and insights from Washington DC, Maryland and the surrounding region. Contact Roxie aka "Butter" at [email protected] ATTN: Roxie or Butter Bracco

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