Fox Information Channel was essentially the most watched cable community in primetime final week, based on Nielsen.
Fox Information averaged 2.7 million viewers throughout the week of Oct. 30 to Nov. 5, topping all cable networks, Nielsen stated. Final week’s winner, ESPN, was second with 2.three million, adopted by MSNBC with 1.9 million viewers and Hallmark Channel with 1.eight million watchers, stated the community.
USA (1.2 million viewers), AMC and TBS (tied with 1.1 million viewers); HGTV and Historical past (tied with 1 million) and NFL Community (945,000) rounded out the highest 10 most watched networks for the week.
Fox Information continued its domination of the total-day rankings, ending first for the eighth consecutive week, besting MSNBC, Hallmark, ESPN and Nickelodeon.
ESPN was the best choice amongst adults 18-49 in primetime and on a 24-hour foundation, Nielsen stated.
Most Watched Cable Exhibits Oct. 30 to Nov. 5
Date Present Community Complete Viewers
11/5 The Strolling Useless AMC eight.5 million
11/2 Thursday Evening Soccer (Buf/N.Y. Jets) NFL Community 5.eight million
11/four School Soccer Ohio State/Iowa ESPN four.1 million
11/2 Hannity Fox Information three.7 million
11/5 Hallmark Film: Miss Christmas Hallmark three.6 million
10/30 Hannity Fox Information three.5 million
11/2 Tucker Carlson Tonight Fox Information three.three million
10/30 Tucker Carlson Tonight Fox Information three.2 million
10/30 The Ingraham Angle Fox Information three.2 million
10/30 The Rachel Maddow Present MSNBC three.2 million
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