Fox News in Crisis: Sean Hannity’s Ratings Plummet After Tucker Carlson’s Shocking Exit!

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Is Fox News losing its grip on cable news supremacy? Hannity’s ratings take a nosedive after Carlson’s sudden exit, leaving viewers in shock. The battle for dominance intensifies as loyal fans express their outrage. Find out the shocking details behind this ratings disaster and the uncertain future of Fox News.

Fox News is facing a crisis as Sean Hannity’s primetime show struggles to maintain its viewership following the shocking departure of Tucker Carlson from the network. Hannity’s show, which previously enjoyed an average of 3 million viewers each night, has plummeted to an average of around 1.5 million in June. This significant decline in ratings has left many wondering whether Fox News can sustain its dominance in the cable news landscape.

Despite the fallout from ousting Carlson, Fox News managed to maintain its position as the most-watched network in all of cable news in May. “The Five” emerged as the highest-rated show with 2.6 million average total viewers and 267,000 average demo viewers. However, Mediaite reports that Fox News saw a 37% drop in year-over-year primetime viewership, with a total of 1.42 million viewers. In comparison, CNN experienced a 25% year-over-year decrease, reaching only 494,000 viewers, while MSNBC gained 14% with an average of 1.16 million viewers during prime time.

While Fox News still surpassed its competition, the network saw a decline in ratings, raising concerns among loyal viewers. “The Five” remains the highest-rated show on cable news, and Jesse Watters secured the second spot with over 2 million viewers. However, Sean Hannity, once a ratings powerhouse, now finds himself as the third most-watched host on cable news. This unexpected shift has left many wondering about the network’s future and who will rise to the top.

Meanwhile, popular Fox host Greg Gutfeld has enjoyed a remarkable year, dominating the cable news ratings with both “The Five” and his own show, “Gutfeld!” Gutfeld’s upcoming book, “The King of Late Night,” set for release on July 25, promises to detail his journey to becoming the number one late-night show host on television. With his skyrocketing viewership, Gutfeld appears to be the undisputed top host at Fox News.

In the midst of the network’s shake-up, insiders have revealed intriguing details about Tucker Carlson’s departure from Fox News. Rumors and speculation have been rampant, fueling reports that the network is about to unleash its boldest and most fearless line-up ever. According to the Drudge Report, Sean Hannity will take over Carlson’s old 8 PM ET timeslot, Jesse Watters will move from 7 PM ET to 9 PM ET, and Greg Gutfeld’s show will be shifted from 11 PM to 10 PM. These changes are poised to shake the foundation of Fox News programming.

Fox News released a statement countering online reports and denying the accuracy of left-wing activists’ tweets. The statement affirmed that Laura Ingraham, the top-rated woman in cable news, will remain a prominent host and integral part of the Fox News lineup. However, it left unanswered the question of whether she will keep her 10 PM timeslot.

As Sean Hannity’s ratings nosedive and Fox News faces the fallout from Tucker Carlson’s departure, the network’s future hangs in the balance. With rumors of a major lineup shake-up, viewers are on edge. Will Fox News recover its dominance, or will it falter in the face of mounting challenges?

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