TNT and Fox News battled to a cable weekly primetime ratings tie last week, Nielsen reported Tuesday.
Both Fox News and TNT averaged 2.3 million viewers during the week of April 24 to April 30, with ESPN finishing third with 1.9 million viewers, according to Nielsen.
MSNBC, HGTV, and USA Network all finished tied for fourth with 1.4 million viewers, followed by TBS with 1.2 million watchers. Discovery Channel (1.1 million), along with Investigation Discovery, History and Disney Channel (all tied with 1 million viewers) rounded out the top 10, said Nielsen.
Fox News notched its 17th consecutive total day ratings win, besting Nickelodeon, TNT, HGTV and Adult Swim respectively, said Nielsen.
TNT was the most watched cable network among adults 18-49, while Adult Swim was the top choice among the demo on a 24-hour basis.
Most Watched Shows On Cable During The Week of April 24-30
4/27 NBA Playoffs (Toronto/Milwaukee) ESPN 6.6 million
4/26 NBA Playoffs (Chicago/Boston) TNT 4.2 million
4/25 NBA Playoffs (OKC/Houston) TNT 4.1 million
4/24 NBA Playoffs (Golden St./Portland) TNT 3.9 million
4/25 NBA Playoffs (Utah/L.A. Clippers) TNT 3.1 million
4/24 Tucker Carlson Tonight Fox News 3.1 million
4/24 WWE Monday Night Raw USA Network 3.1 million
4/27 NBA Playoffs (San Antonio/Memphis) TNT 3.0 million
4/24 NBA Playoffs (Washington/Atlanta) TNT 3.0 million
4/24 WWE Monday Night Raw USA Network 3.0 million