Fox News just entered history.
Nielsen Media Research data showed that Fox had 3,283,000 primetime viewers in November. This is a 71 percent jump from the same period in 2015, which makes it the highest primetime month since 2012.
Fox has more viewers than CNN (1,335,000) and MSNBC (1,529,000) together.
They have more daytime viewers than other networks. Their average number of 1,996,000 daytime viewers made November the second-highest month when it comes to daytime viewers.
The highest peak is at 7:00pm, EST time slot, which is scheduled for Tucker Carlson.
“Tucker Carlson Tonight” had its premiere on November 14th, and marked double-digit peaks in the number of total viewers and the coveted A25-54 demographic.
As Daily Caller reports, Carlson had an average of 2,930,000 viewers in November, which is 40 percent higher than November 2015. At that time the slot was held by “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.”
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TCT is part of the many audience-drawing shows, which includes “The O’Reilly Factor,” “The Kelly File,” “Hannity,” “Special Report” and “The Five.” These are set on the top five, respective positions in the chart of cable news’ most watched programs.
O’Reilly topped all of television 192 times, with an average of 4,089,000 viewers. November is Hannity’s highest rated month since October 2013.
November has been a really good month, because Fox News was on the top of all cable news for the 179 time.
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