Fox News pulled its highest November ratings in the network’s history, the company said Wednesday, citing Nielsen Media Research.
The Hill reports the network had the top four cable news programs among both adults in general and viewers 25-54, according to a statement from Fox. The network had 3.9 million prime-time viewers and surpassed 10 million total viewers for six telecasts in November.
Several of the network’s prime-time opinion programs had their best-rated month among viewers 25-54 ever, including “Hannity,” “The Ingraham Angle” and “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” according to the statement.
MSNBC, meanwhile, saw its best-rated month in history in November, while election week was the highest-rated week in the network’s history. Nov. 7, when major networks projected Joe Biden had won the presidential election, was the highest-rated Saturday in the network’s history and its second highest-rated day ever following Nov. 3.
The network’s prime-time viewership was 2.7 million in November, an increase of more than 99 percent from November 2016. The time slot among viewers 25-54 was the network’s best since November 2008 and a 48 percent increase from November 2016 with 544,000 viewers, according to MSNBC.