August 18, 2022


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CNN has ideal scores day ever for Capitol assault

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NEW YORK — The attack on the U.S. Capitol final 7 days introduced extra viewers to CNN than any other one working day in the network’s 40-calendar year background.

CNN averaged 5.2 million viewers last Wednesday, eclipsing its earlier significant of 5.1 million on Election Day 2016, the Nielsen enterprise mentioned. The network experienced 4.47 million viewers on Sept. 11, 2001, Nielsen mentioned.

Through the storming of the Capitol alone on Wednesday afternoon, CNN averaged just about 9 million viewers. CNN also led all of the cable information and broadcast networks through primary-time that night, when Nielsen approximated much more than 33 million individuals tuned in to observe Congress go back into session to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.

MSNBC averaged 4 million viewers on Wednesday and Fox Information Channel had 3 million.

NBC, led by a potent NFL playoff game Sunday night time amongst the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers, was the top broadcast community final week, averaging 8.6 million viewers in prime time. CBS experienced 5.7 million, ABC had 3.8 million, Fox experienced 2.5 million, Univision experienced 1.4 million, Ion Television experienced 1.1 million and Telemundo had 920,000.

CNN averaged 4.11 million viewers in key time, beating all the cable networks. MSNBC experienced 3.67 million, Fox News Channel experienced 3.1 million, HGTV had 1.12 million and Hallmark had 1.05 million.

ABC’s “World Information Tonight” led the night news scores race, averaging 9.2 million viewers. NBC’s “Nightly News” had 7.9 million and the “CBS Night News” had 5.8 million.

For the 7 days, the 20 most-viewed applications in key time, their networks and viewership:

1. NFL Soccer: Cleveland at Pittsburgh, NBC, 24.78 million.

2. “NFL Postgame” (Sunday), CBS, 19.33 million.

3. “NFL Pregame,” NBC, 16.01 million.

4. “NFL Postgame” (Saturday, 8:13-8:19 p.m.), Fox, 14.91 million.

5. “60 Minutes,” CBS, 14.8 million.

6. “NFL Postgame” (Saturday, 8:19-8:25 p.m.), Fox, 9.47 million.

7. “Anderson Cooper 360” (Wednesday), CNN, 8.87 million.

8. “Cuomo Key Time” (Wednesday), CNN, 8.79 million.

9. “Capitol Attack” (Wednesday, 8:06 p.m.), MSNBC, 8.49 million.

10. “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune,” ABC, 8.15 million.

11. “CNN Tonight” (Wednesday), CNN, 7.8 million.

12. “The Rachel Maddow Show” (Wednesday), MSNBC, 7.77 million.

13. “Last Word” (Wednesday), MSNBC, 6.79 million.

14. “Blue Bloods,” CBS, 6.56 million.

15. “The Chase,” ABC, 6.49 million.

16. “The Neighborhood,” CBS, 6.21 million.

17. “Tucker Carlson Tonight” (Wednesday), Fox Information Channel, 6 million.

18. “NCIS: Los Angeles,” CBS, 5.89 million.

19. “Magnum, P.I., CBS, 5.87 million.

20. “Anderson Cooper 360” (Thursday), CNN, 5.8 million.