Fox News Suffers Its Worst Ratings in Almost a Decade


Fox News has suffered its lowest average audience since 2015, with 1.2 million viewers, according to Nielsen data.

The news comes months after the departure of star Tucker Carlson, the network’s top-rated prime-time anchor, before he was fired.

Tucker took his audience to Elon Musk’s X, where his shows continue to grow.

Mediaite reported:

While Fox has remained atop the industry, the network saw an 18 percent drop in year-over-year total viewers from 1.49 million to 1.2 million – its lowest total viewership since 2015.

MSNBC averaged 784,000 total day viewers, up from 733,000 the year before.

CNN, meanwhile, averaged 482,000 total day viewers, a 15 percent drop from 2022’s 568,000 average viewers.

In the total day demo, MSNBC was up 5 percent with 87,000 total average viewers, landing in third place. CNN was in second with 95,000 – a 22 percent drop year over year.

Fox led the pack with 150,000 total average viewers – a 34 percent drop from the previous year.

Fox’s The Five brought in 2.9 million viewers and 303,000 demo viewers to top the charts.

Jesse Watters came in second with 2.5 million total viewers and saw 255,000 demo viewers.

Sean Hannity scored 2.4 million total viewers but landed second overall in the demo with 217,000 demo viewers.

Bret Baier was the only other cable news show to average over 2 million viewers for the year and landed in fourth place overall followed by Laura Ingraham, who continues to be the most-watched woman on cable news.

Greg Gutfeld landed in sixth place in total viewers.

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