History-Making ’The Five’ Becomes First Non-Primetime Show to Top All Cable News for Four Consecutive Quarters

Fox News’ “The Five” has become the first non-primetime program to finish four consecutive quarters at number one.

The third quarter was good for Fox News, as it dominated in the ratings and is still cable’s highest-rated Network in primetime and daytime viewers as well, according to Nielsen Media Research.

Fox News has beat out CNN and MSNBC combined in day and primetime viewership. Fox News also ranked number one in all of basic cable in total day viewers for the sixth quarter in a row, winning every single weekday hour with double and triple-digit percent advantages while delivering 94 of the top 100 telecasts in cable news.

We previously reported:

Fox News has seen a 50% increase in all key day categories as more independents and Democrats make the switch according to the data.

“The Five” not only beat out every show on CNN and MSNBC but also beat ABC’s “The Bachelorette” in total viewers.

“Special Report: with Bret Baier” dominated its 6 PM EST timeslot. “Jesse Watters Primetime” at 7 PM EST finished third highest-rated cable news program, averaging 2.7 million viewers. At 8 PM EST “Tucker Carlson Tonight” remains the highest-rated program on cable news.

“Gutfeld!” Fox New’s 11 PM EST show had its highest-rated quarter in the show’s history. Greg Gutfeld can tout being the second most-watched late-night host in all of broadcast and cable news, continuing to draw in new viewers.

Fox News has had another phenomenal quarter of ratings.

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