Fox News Dominates Cable News Ratings In May – Despite Banning Any Mention of “2000 Mules”
The American people are turning away from the hard left left networks.
Fox News dominated the ratings again in May — drawing 2.27 million viewers in primetime.
This was despite the network banning any mention of “2000 Mules” on its airwaves.
MSNBC averaged 1.02 million — CNN averaged only 660,000.
Fox News’ audience continued to grow in May while its main cable news rivals saw viewership declines.
The network drew 2.27 million total viewers in primetime, up 4% from May, 2021. MSNBC averaged 1.02 million, down 32%, while CNN averaged 660,000, down 28%. In the 25-54 demographic, Fox News topped with an average of 351,000 viewers, compared to 150,000 for CNN and 105,000 for MSNBC.
The Five and Tucker Carlson were the top two shows both averaging over 3 million viewers.
“The Five”” averaged 3.3 million viewers to finish May as the most-watched program on cable news to win the ratings title despite airing well before the primetime hours that historically draw a larger audience. “The Five” has now accomplished the historical victory for five of the past six months.
“Tucker Carlson Tonight” averaged 3.2 million viewers to finish second, followed by “Hannity,” “Jesse Waters Primetime” and “Special Report with Bret Baier” as Fox News landed 14 of the 15 most-watched cable news programs.
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