Fox Kills it in Ratings for 29th Month in a Row, CNN Still Losing to Hallmark Channel

Kirsters Baish| It seems that things are just getting worse and worse for far-left “news” network, CNN when it comes to ratings. In fact, things aren’t looking too great for MSNBC, either. Diamond and Silk report that “for the 29th month in a row, Fox was the number one network on cable, according to the Neilsen ratings.”

Neither CNN or MSNBC beat out the cheesy Hallmark Channel and their cringe-worthy holiday movies. They didn’t beat out Nickelodeon either, which airs shows like SpongeBob Squarepants…

Via The Daily Caller:

MSNBC finished fourth in each category behind Fox, ESPN, and Hallmark, while CNN finished sixth in each category. CNN lost to USA Network in primetime and Nickelodeon in total day.

TOTAL DAY: 

Fox News: 1,475,000

MSNBC: 1,024,000

CNN: 761,000

PRIMETIME: 

Fox News: 2,439,000

MSNBC:  1,835,000

CNN: 1,119,000

Fox also managed to take the super-important 25-54 age demographic.

From Fox News:

During the prime-time hours of 8-11 p.m., Fox News finished behind only NFL-heavy ESPN as the second-most-watched network, averaging 2.4 million viewers. FNC dominated cable news competition in prime time, as MSNBC averaged 1.8 million viewers and CNN averaged 1.1 million.

Fox News’ “Hannity” averaged over three million viewers to take the title of most-watched cable news program, while MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” finished second, averaging 2.9 million. “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” “The Five,” “The Ingraham Angle” and “Special Report with Bret Baier” rounded out the top six, while CNN’s most-watched show was “Cuomo Prime Time,” which finished No. 23 overall with an average viewership of 1.2 million. CNN’s most-watched show finished behind 14 Fox News programs and eight shows on MSNBC.

 That’s not even mentioning the fact that Fox Business has been killing it, too. The network is currently in the lead for the 18th month in a row in business news networks over the next highest, which is CNBC.

Diamond and Silk report that “Fox has also started a new on-demand subscription service, ‘Fox Nation’ which will include folks like Britt McHenry, Diamond and Silk and Tyrus’ ‘Un-PC.’”

At least it’s nice to know that despite the fact that the mainstream media is so inundated with liberal propaganda, Americans are taking notice of what networks are worth watching.