Massive Win For Fox News Star Greg Gutfeld As He Surpasses Woke Stephen Colbert For The First Time, Crushing Cable Late Night
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3 cheers for Greg Gutfeld!
We all saw this one coming.
The hilarious host has been rapidly rising in the ranks of conservative news hosts. When it comes to the news patriots will always be enamored with Tucker Carlson and Greg Gutfeld.
The most coveted demographic for television viewers is the A25-54, which means all persons between the ages of 25-54. And now, Gutfeld is the leader in that arena.
Furthermore, ‘Gutfeld!’ delivered its highest-rated month since its launch in total viewers and the key A25-54 demographic, topping all of late-night television across the board in viewers with 2,322,000 viewers.
Greg Gutfeld beat CBS’ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in the younger A25-54 demographic for the full month for the first time with 397,000.
But that’s not all. Greg made a full sweep of his liberal rivals beating Jimmy Kimmel, Colbert, and Jimmy Fallon in total viewers for the month.
Airing at 11 PM/ET, ‘Gutfeld!’ topped every show on CNN and MSNBC in total viewers and the A25-54 group.
But wait, there’s more!
Greg is also one of the main hosts of another hit show, The Five, which was the number one rated show for the eighth consecutive month. It finished first in cable news for the last 11 out of 12 months.
The program averaged 3.7 million viewers, 466,000 in the 25-54 demo and 285,000 in the 18-49 demo outpacing every show on CNN and MSNBC across the board.
Boom! Victory is sweet. Well done, Gutfeld.
Fox News finished November 2022 with a strong punch. It now has four straight months of dominance over its rivals, defeating CNN and MSNBC combined across day and primetime.
Fox News also won with total day viewers for 21 consecutive months.
The Main Stream Media can keep ignoring these stats all they want. We know the truth. Americans are hungry for patriotism and Christian values.
We’re fed up with the liberal narrative and these numbers prove it.