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CNN spent nearly 80% of September under 1 million viewers

CNN begins the second week of October with no programs reaching 1 million viewers.

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This network, once the “most trusted news source”, is rapidly becoming less popular. 

CNN’s inability to keep up with the times after President Donald Trump’s departure has been more apparent than ever. A rare drought has struck the news channel, with only two programs averaging over 1,000,000 viewers in the first week of October. It is an incredible 21-day streak since September. 

CNN SPENT NEARLY 88% OF SEPBER UNDER 1 MILLION VOLTERERS

According to Nielsen data, CNN’s average total viewer has dropped to 484,000. This is a far cry from Fox News’ 1.4million and MSNBCs 685,000. CNN’s average weekday primetime viewer reached 729,000, while Fox News was at 2.6million and MSNBC at 1.5 million. 

CNN’s last program with a viewership of at least 1 million was September 24, 2004.  

Anderson Cooper, the anchor of “AC:360”, was the most-watched CNN show in September, averaging 916,000. Viewers have been cut to the knees by a staggering 17%. The average viewing audience for Anderson Cooper’s program is 759,000. Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight received 3 million viewers on average, which nearly quadruples CNN’s viewership. MSNBC’s All In With Chris Hayes averaged 1.3 Million viewers during the same period. 

Chris Cuomo was named “Cuomo Prime Time”‘ anchor by Cooper. The show averaged 818,000 viewers last month, down 6% from September. Fox News’s “Hannity”, with 2.76 Million viewers per hour, continues to beat Cuomo. MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show,” has attained 2.17 million viewers so far. 

CNN SPENT THE MAJORITY OF SUMMER BELOW 1 MILLION VIEWERS, EVEN WORSE DURING PRIMETIME

Don Lemon is still struggling in 10 pm ET’s primetime slot. He has averaging just 619k viewers so far this October. This 15% decrease from the 724,000 viewers he averaged last month. Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle”, a Fox News program, has averaged 2.25 million viewers in its first two weeks, which is nearly three times Lemon’s total audience. MSNBC’s ‘The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell’ reached 1.3million viewers.

CNN’s all-male primetime lineup of Anderson Cooper, the embattled Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon frequently fails to attract even one-million viewers.

CNN’s Primetime Program is failing but the daytime programs continue to lose viewers. 

Jake Tapper is the anchor for “The Leader”, but has so far failed to reach 700,000. This month’s average viewers are 671,000, down from 737,000 in September. 

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CNN’s Left-Wing Media Guru Brian StelterA great drop below 700,000 was also recorded, with only a 6665,000 average in his second October edition of Sunday’s “Reliable Sources”. 

Stelter’s audience has been less than 1 million since March. One of those was the coverage of Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic Space Flight in July. The other took place in August during the chaotic withdrawal of the US military forces from Afghanistan by the Biden administration.

"Reliable Sources" averaged only 738,000 viewers in September. 

After losing 10% of its viewers since the beginning of last month, CNN’s morning show “New Day”, which is its flagship program, continues to fall at new lows. It now averages 386,000 viewers and has lost 10%. John Berman/Brianna Kilar remains CNN’s most-watched weekday talent. 

CNN didn’t receive the support it needed from William Shatner’s venture into space. CNN topped at just 986,000 viewers in the 11:00 ET timelot, when Blue Origin’s crew returned to Earth. 

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CNN’s declining viewership is due to the network being plagued with scandals and controversies. Shelley Ross, a veteran television producer, accused Chris Cuomo of sexual harassment after Cuomo spent most of 2021 engulfed by scandals surrounding his brother and former Democratic New York Governor. Andrew Cuomo. 

CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta had to tell Joe Rogan, the podcast star, that he and his colleagues were wrongly describing the use of Ivermectin for COVID as “horse-dewormer.”

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