NewsBusters recently reported that in the first week of November, Fox News nearly doubled the combined prime time viewers of CNN and MSNBC.
Continuing its momentum from a recently revamped evening lineup, Fox significantly more than doubled the combined prime time viewers of its rivals Monday.
As TVNewser reported, FNC averaged 2.3 million viewers Monday compared to MSNBC's 688k and CNN's 373k.
In the all important demographic of folks aged 25 to 54, FNC averaged 391k prime time viewers, MSNBC 189, and CNN 111.
Fox also dominated in the total day viewers nearly doubling the combined average of MSNBC and CNN.
FNC averaged 1.5 million, MSNBC 456k and CNN 340k.
Fox did double the total day demo viewers of MSNBC and CNN. FNC averaged 296k, MSNBC 141k, and CNN 102k.
As you might imagine given these numbers, Fox is destroying its competition in the head to head matchups.
In particular, Bret Baier's Special Report more than tripled Al Sharpton's PoliticsNation in total viewers 2.5 million to 703k.
Bill O'Reilly's O'Reilly Factor more than quadrupled Chris Hayes's All In 2.8 million to 605k.
And Megyn Kelly's Kelly File more than tripled the Rachel Maddow Show 2.5 million to 768k.
(In case you hadn't noticed, I didn't include CNN's numbers in the head to heads. They're so embarrassingly low, why bother?)
Add it all up, and the new lineup at Fox continues to demolish its competition.
MSNBC's Phil Griffin and CNN's Jeff Zucker must be so proud.