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Fox News cable news ratings have mostly recovered since the network took top-rated host Tucker Carlson off the air back in April. However, longtime host Sean Hannity’s ratings have not recovered since then.
In the 9 p.m. ET primetime slot, Hannity brought in 1.95 million total viewers. CNN’s Kaitlan Collins had 527,000, and MSNBC’s Alex Wagner had 1.23 million viewers.
For comparison, Fox’s “The Five” brought in 2.61 million total viewers, Bret Baier had 1.98 million, Laura Ingraham had 1.89 million, Jesse Watters had 2.11 million, and Greg Gutfeld brought in 2.10 million total viewers.
Hannity’s show is no longer one of the top-performing programs on the network, as many other hosts and shows are now leading the pack.
“Ratings-challenged CNN remains mired in third place behind rivals Fox News and MSNBC despite the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas. The cable news channel attracted an average of 619,000 viewers on Monday — with just 134,750 in the advertiser-coveted 25-54 age demographic, according to the latest Nielsen figures,” the New York Post
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