CNN prime time dropped on Friday to 335,000 average total viewers from 8 to 11 p.m., coming below the pro-Trump conservative channel Newsmax, which came in at 357,000 average prime time viewers.
The ratings-beleaguered network landed in fourth place in prime time, also behind Fox News and MSNBC, which averaged 1.44 million and 1.08 million total average viewers in prime time — respectively.
In the key 25-54 age demographic, CNN did a bit better with 87,000 average viewers. Fox led with 109,000 and MSNBC was in second with 98,000 average demo viewers. Newsmax, meanwhile, averaged 45,000 prime-time demo viewers.
After 8 p.m. on Friday night, no CNN show rated above 300,000 viewers and Newsmax beat the network from 8 to p.m. Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace at 10 p.m. marked its lowest-rated hour since it launched on the network and dropped 25 percent since its Friday debut.
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