News CNN probably won’t report: Its entire primetime lineup has fewer viewers than Fox News’ 3 a.m. show

by editor on February 12, 2010

Greg Gutfeld is funny, but CNN has become laughable

Read it here, because this story is unlikely to be reported at CNN.

At one time, the cable news pioneer owned the world of cable news. Now its primetime line-up has fewer viewers than Fox News’ 3 a.m. Red Eye show.

National Review’s Media Blog reports the details guaranteed to depress the folks at CNN:

The ratings for Fox News’ ribald Red Eye, a nothing-else-quite-like-it mash-up of news, comedy, and pop-culture commentary, celebrated its third anniversary by beating CNN’s Campbell Brown and Larry King, and tying Anderson Cooper, in the prized 25-54 demographic.

Fox News beating CNN wouldn’t be news, except that Brown, King and Cooper comprise CNN’s primetime lineup, and Red Eye airs at 3:00 A.M. All the more remarkable considering that most conservatives have, you know, jobs.

Ouch.

Source: National Review

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3 Comments on "News CNN probably won’t report: Its entire primetime lineup has fewer viewers than Fox News’ 3 a.m. show"

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KimmyQueen
Guest

I dvr it and watch it the next day or something but yeah it is amazing that it has more audience than primetime cnn lineup. that is embarrasing.

danybhoy
Member

I go back to begining with RedEye, it is my favorite show on FNC. But they could never get away with what they do if they were on in prime time.

KimmyQueen
Guest

It would be a completely different show. Still embarrassing for CNN though.