Fox News Channel was the most watched cable network in primetime last week, according to Nielsen.
Fox News averaged 2.7 million viewers during the week of Oct. 30 to Nov. 5, topping all cable networks, Nielsen said. Last week’s winner, ESPN, was second with 2.3 million, followed by MSNBC with 1.9 million viewers and Hallmark Channel with 1.8 million watchers, said the network
Fox News continued its domination of the total-day rankings, finishing first for the eighth consecutive week, besting MSNBC, Hallmark, ESPN and Nickelodeon.
ESPN was the top choice among adults 18-49 in primetime and on a 24-hour basis, Nielsen said.
Most Watched Cable Shows Oct. 30 to Nov. 5
11/5 The Walking Dead AMC 8.5 million
11/2 Thursday Night Football (Buf/N.Y. Jets) NFL Network 5.8 million
11/4 College Football Ohio State/Iowa ESPN 4.1 million
11/2 Hannity Fox News 3.7 million
11/5 Hallmark Movie: Miss Christmas Hallmark 3.6 million
10/30 Hannity Fox News 3.5 million
11/2 Tucker Carlson Tonight Fox News 3.3 million
10/30 Tucker Carlson Tonight Fox News 3.2 million
10/30 The Ingraham Angle Fox News 3.2 million
10/30 The Rachel Maddow Show MSNBC 3.2 million