Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld got 2.5 million viewers on Tuesday night.
This was the biggest show on all of late-night TV.
TV ratings by show:
Gutfeld: 2.5 million
Colbert: 2.1 million
The Tonight Show: 1.28 million
Jimmy Kimmel: 1.285 million
Stephanie Ruhle: 953,000
CNN Tonight: 412,000
The Daily Show: 443,000
Something’s happening in late night. On Tuesday night, Fox News Channel’s Gutfeld! delivered a total audience of 2.5 million viewers, a staggering audience for a late-night show on cable, and the second biggest night in the history of Greg Gutfeld’s politics-and-comedy program.
With 2.494 million total viewers and 396,000 viewers in the key demographic group of adults 25-54, Gutfeld! beat not just everything else on cable, but the high-profile broadcast networks’ late night shows as well. CBS’ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert was a close second with 2.1 million viewers and 375,000 viewers in the key demo, followed by NBC’s The Tonight Show (1.289 million viewers and 318,000 in the demo), and ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live (1.285 million total viewers and 287,000 viewers in the key demo).
Compared to the late night shows on cable news, Gutfeld! was even more dominant, with MSNBC’s The 11th Hour with Stephanie Ruhle coming closest, delivering a total audience of 953,000 viewers and 94,000 viewers in the key demo. On CNN, CNN Tonight drew just 412,000 total viewers overall, but did better in the demo, beating MSNBC with 101,000 viewers. Comedy Central’s The Daily Show had a total audience of 443,000 viewers and 182,000 viewers in the key demo.
This was the second-largest viewership his show has gotten since his show launched.
The Conservative Brief reported:
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld’s late-night program continues to gain audiences as more Americans appear to be flocking there instead of the usual left-wing fare offered on the broadcast networks.
In fact, the show drew its second-largest viewership since its launch earlier this week.
King of late night!