Friday, Sept. 18 Scoreboard: Tucker Carlson Is Most-Watched in Prime Time

By A.J. Katz Comment

*Note: Effective Monday, Aug. 31, Nielsen is including measurement outside of a panelist’s home—called Out of Home (OOH)—in official program ratings. OOH includes viewing done in other people’s homes, bars, hotels, gyms, airports and other public places where a TV set is audible. 

25-54 Demographic (Live+SD x 1,000)

Total Day: FNC: 372 | CNN: 259 | MSNBC: 272
Prime: FNC: 694 | CNN: 443 | MSNBC: 450

FNC: CNN: MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
270
Tapper:
311
Wlce/PrsCf/Wlce:
258/247/217
5PM Five:
493
Blitzer:
291
Wallace:
6PM Baier: 
352
Blitzer:
275
Melber:
238
7PM MacCallum:
478
Burnett:
349
Reid:
339
8PM Carlson:
807
Cooper:
588
Hayes:
423
9PM Hannity:
710
Cooper:
420
Maddow:
599
10PM Ingraham:
564
Lemon:
321
Maddow:
357
11PM Bream:
406
Lemon:
248
Williams:
329

Total Viewers (Live+SD x 1,000)

Total Day: FNC: 2.190 | CNN: 1.059 | MSNBC: 1.648
Prime: FNC: 3.985 | CNN: 1.592 | MSNBC: 2.708

FNC CNN MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
1.719
Tapper:
1.404
Wlce/PrsCf/Wlce:
2.031/2.186/2.011
5PM Five:
3.338
Blitzer:
1.339
Wallace:
—-
6PM Baier: 
2.617
Blitzer:
1.148
Melber:
1.854
7PM MacCallum:
2.710
Burnett:
1.358
Reid:
2.186
8PM Carlson:
4.681
Cooper:
1.950
Hayes:
2.559
9PM Hannity:
4.152
Cooper:
1.595
Maddow:
3.325
10PM Ingraham:
3.171
Lemon:
1.231
Maddow:
2.240
11PM Bream:
1.844
Lemon:
894
Williams:
1.732

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