Monday, March 2 Scoreboard: Tucker Carlson Had the No. 1 Show of the Night

By A.J. Katz 

Last night’s Fox News Total Hall with Mike Bloomberg aired from 6:30-7:30 p.m. ET, and delivered 2.4 million total viewers, making it the 2nd-most-watched town hall broadcast of the 2020 election cycle.

The network’s town hall with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in April 2019 remains the most-watched town hall of any candidate this cycle in total viewership with nearly 2.6 million viewers.

However, as you’ll see below, there was also an audience drop off during the hour-long Bloomberg town hall broadcast, and then growth when Martha MacCallum came back on at 7:30 p.m. ET for an abbreviated version of her show.

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

Total Day: FNC: 406 | CNN: 246 | MSNBC: 225
Prime: FNC: 715 | CNN: 419 | MSNBC: 516

FNC: CNN: MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
317
Tapper:
226
Wallace:
194
5PM Five:
583
Blitzer:
338
MTPDly/PrsCnf:
172/167
6PM Baier/Blmbrg:
467/426
Blitzer:
333
Melber:
229
7PM Cont./McClm:
—/474
Burnett:
439
Matthews:
395
8PM Carlson:
773
Cooper:
465
Hayes:
459
9PM Hannity:
727
Cuomo:
413
Maddow:
595
10PM Ingraham:
645
Lemon:
380
O’Donnell:
495
11PM Bream:
494
Cooper:
274
Williams:
340

Total Viewers (Live+SD x 1,000)

Total Day: FNC: 2164 | CNN: 885 | MSNBC: 1.440
Prime: FNC: 3.794 | CNN: 1.347 | MSNBC: 2.712

FNC CNN MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
1.850
Tapper:
963
Wallace:
1.683
5PM Five:
3.445
Blitzer:
1.303
MTPDly/PrsCnf:
1.523/1.583
6PM Baier/Blmbrg:
2.882/2.412
Blitzer:
1.140
Melber:
1.643
7PM Cont./McClm:
—-/2.539
Burnett:
1.390
Matthews:
2.125
8PM Carlson:
4.069
Cooper:
1.493
Hayes:
2.323
9PM Hannity:
4.001
Cuomo:
1.372
Maddow:
3.248
10PM Ingraham:
3.306
Lemon:
1.175
O’Donnell:
2.566
11PM Bream:
2.007
Cooper:
849
Williams:
1.721

 

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