MSNBC drew a total audience of 3 million viewers for Monday’s next day of hearings into the January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol, easily outdistancing the combined viewers of CNN (1.8 million viewers) and Fox News Channel, which trailed with 1 million viewers—a quite exceptional third-put end for Fox.

For the hours of 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. ET, MSNBC had its highest-rated dayside given that February 2021 all through coverage of President Donald Trump’s next impeachment demo. On Monday, MSNBC shipped a total dayside viewers of 2 million viewers, beating Fox News and CNN for the to start with time given that March 2021 during the 3rd day of the Derek Chauvin trial.

For the entire day Monday, Fox Information Channel prevailed, offering a whole viewers of 1.5 million viewers, in advance of MSNBC’s 1.3 million. CNN was third with 694,000 viewers.

Fox Information Channel drew interest for its decision not to carry the January 6 committee’s initially hearing, which aired in primary time last 7 days, drawing a whole viewers of just beneath 20 million viewers across the broadcast and cable news networks.

Fox shifted dwell protection of the hearing to its sister network, Fox Business—where it drew just 223,000 viewers—and caught with its normal key time lineup on FNC, including the best-rated host in cable news, Tucker Carlson, who dismissed the hearing as propaganda. “The entire factor is insulting, in point, it is deranged,” Carlson informed viewers. “We’re not participating in together.”

Fox News landed in next spot on the evening with 2.957 million viewers in between 8 and 10 p.m. ET, perfectly powering MSNBC’s viewers of 4.2 million. CNN was third among the cable information networks with an common viewers of 2.6 million viewers.

For the week ending June 10, Fox News crushed the competitiveness with an typical primary time audience of 2.268 million viewers, marking the 69th consecutive 7 days beating equally CNN and MSNBC in each daytime and key. Fox News also had 89 of the best 100 optimum-rated cable telecasts for the week.

The optimum-rated show in cable information last 7 days was Tucker Carlson Tonight, which drew 3.225 million viewers, followed by The 5 (3.186 million viewers), Jesse Watters Primetime (2.593 million viewers), Hannity (2.555 million viewers) and Distinctive Report with Bret Baier (2.414 million viewers), all airing on Fox Information Channel.