Almost 5 million viewers see Carlson’s Rittenhouse cat

By David Bauder, The Associated Press on November 23, 2021.

In this image from an undated video, Kyle Rittenhouse, right, sits for an interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson. Rittenhouse was acquitted of charges of killing two men and injuring another during the unrest following the shooting of a black man by a white police officer, in Kenosha, Wis. (Courtesy of Fox News via AP)

NEW YORK (AP) – Tucker Carlson reached 4.94 million viewers for his interview with Kyle Rittenhouse on Monday, the Fox News Channel’s biggest audience since the night of the Jan.6 riots on Capitol Hill. United States.

Rittenhouse was acquitted of the murder charges last week and Carlson was given the opportunity to have a post-trial interview because of the support he had shown him, according to the family of the 18-year-old.

Carlson has averaged 3.16 million viewers on a typical night out this year, the Nielsen company said.

ABC News and Diane Sawyer got good marks for their Friday night interview with California family members held captive for many years by their parents. This “20/20” ?? Episode reached over 7.4 million viewers.

Fox broadcast was the top-rated prime-time channel last week, averaging 5.4 million viewers. NBC had 4.8 million, CBS had 4.5 million, ABC had 4.1 million, Univision had 1.5 million, Telemundo had 1 million, and Ion Television had 880,000.

Fox News Channel was the most-watched cable news channel in prime time, averaging 2.89 million viewers. ESPN had 2.31 million, Hallmark 1.58 million, MSNBC 1.18 million, and HGTV 893,000.

ABC’s “World News Tonight”? ? won the television news ratings race with an average of 8.3 million viewers. NBC’s “Nightly News” ?? had 7.2 million and the “CBS Evening News” ?? had 5.4 million.

For the week of November 15 to 21, the 20 most popular prime time programs, their networks and their audiences:

1. NFL Football: Pittsburgh vs. LA Chargers, NBC, $ 14.55 million.

2. NFL Football: New England Atlanta, Fox, 13.52 million.

3. “The Old Testament”? ? Renard, 11.6 million.

4. “NFL Pre-Game”? ? NBC, 11.2 million.

5. NFL Football: LA Rams in San Francisco, ESPN, 10.7 million.

6. “NFL Pre-Game”? ? Renard, 8.59 million.

7. “Football Night in America, Part 3”? ? NBC, 8.54 million.

8. “FBI”? ? CBS, 7.61 million.

9. “60 minutes”? ? CBS, 7.58 million.

10. “Yellow stone”? ? Paramount, 7.42 million.

11. “20/20,” ?? ABC, 7.41 million.

12. “Young Sheldon”? ? CBS, $ 6.95 million.

13. “The Voice” ?? (Tuesday), NBC, 6.78 million.

14. “The equalizer”? ? CBS, 6.59 million.

15. “The voice” ?? (Monday), NBC, 6.56 million.

16. “FBI: International”? ? CBS, 5.96 million.

17. “Blue blood”? ? CBS, 5.79 million.

18. “Survivor”? ? CBS, 5.77 million.

19. “FBI: Most Wanted”? ? CBS, 5.64 million.

20. “NFL Pre-Game”? ? ESPN, 5.5 million.

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