Wednesday, March 9 Scoreboard: Tucker Carlson Remains No. 1, Averaging 4 Million Viewers at 8 PM

By A.J. Katz 

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

Total Day: FNC: 429 | CNN: 275 | MSNBC: 143
Prime: FNC: 610 | CNN: 433 | MSNBC: 226

FNC: CNN: MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
403
Tapper:
262
Wallace:
—/144
5PM Five:
620
Tapper:
266
Wallace:
6PM Baier:
539
Blitzer:
297
Melber:
121
7PM Watters:
507
Burnett:
383
Reid:
183
8PM Carlson:
743
Cooper:
427
Hayes:
191
9PM Hannity:
584
Cooper:
428
TRMS:
292
10PM Ingraham:
504
Lemon:
444
O’Donnell:
195
11PM Bream:
335
Lemon:
273
Ruhle:
164

Total Viewers (Live+SD x 1,000)

Total Day: FNC: 2.233 | CNN: 1.038 | MSNBC: 1.048
Prime: FNC: 3.173 | CNN: 1.271 | MSNBC: 1.636

FNC: CNN: MSNBC:
4PM Cavuto:
2.230
Tapper:
1.307
Wallace:
1.438
5PM Five:
3.871
Tapper:
1.277
Wallace:
—-
6PM Baier:
2.937
Blitzer:
1.138
Melber:
1.253
7PM Watters:
2.826
Burnett:
1.261
Reid:
1.191
8PM Carlson:
3.989
Cooper:
1.374
Hayes:
1.404
9PM Hannity:
3.167
Cooper:
1.230
TRMS:
1.718
10PM Ingraham:
2.364
Lemon:
1.210
O’Donnell:
1.452
11PM Bream:
1.453
Lemon:
826
Ruhle:
1.009

 

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