CNN faces the most catastrophic fall ever!
These are the first viewership numbers for 2022.
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All other networks have held steady or faced an increase, but CNN….
They faced a 90% nosedive in ratings!
90% of the people who watch CNN have stopped doing so!
They have 548,000 viewers! That is the result of focusing on fake stories that no one is interested in.
CNN took third place, behind Fox News and MSNBC.
CNN has a massive 90% ratings collapse in the first week of 2022 https://t.co/EREhnSAq9F
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) January 13, 2022
LOL…CNN came in third place in the ratings on January 6th. The crown jewel of obsessive coverage, complete with a live set inside the Capitol and an interview with Nancy Pelosi, came in third place. You love to see it.
— Bonchie (@bonchieredstate) January 8, 2022
Even shitlibs don’t care about J6.
Ratings don’t lie.
It’s like the War on Christmas.
Conservatives didn’t cry about Starbucks cups because they are real issues happening.
There is a lesson in there.
Which will be forgotten. https://t.co/IMIVMfU7yZ
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) January 8, 2022
The New York Post reported:
CNN’s ratings took a nosedive by a massive 90 percent both overall and in the all-important demographic coveted by advertisers in the first week of the new year.
The Jeff Zucker-led cable news network averaged just 548,000 viewers during the week of Jan. 3 — a major drop from the nearly 2.7 million viewers for the same week in 2021, according to Nielsen ratings.
The year-ago ratings were jolted by the left-leaning network’s coverage of the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol, which resulted in CNN having its most-watched day since Ted Turner launched the news outlet in 1980.
But on the one-year anniversary of the attacks, viewers flipped over to CNN’s right-wing rival, Fox News, which topped the ratings for coverage of the event.
CNN has been plagued by a cascade of high-profile scandals, most notably the firing of its primetime star Chris Cuomo after the anchor was found to be secretly aiding the defense of his embattled older brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, over sexual harassment allegations that resulted in his resignation.
CNN’s longtime boss Zucker was slammed last month over the network’s low ratings and dealings over scandals concerning network stars Cuomo and Don Lemon.
Lemon, the host of the 10 p.m. show that followed Cuomo before he was fired, faced his own ethics scandal. The primetime anchor was criticized for covering Jussie Smollett’s trial after the “Empire” actor testified in court that the host informed him via text message that Chicago police did not believe he was the victim of a racist homophobic attack.
Lemon is also being sued by a Hamptons bartender who claims the anchor, who is gay, rubbed his own genitals, then shoved his fingers in his face in 2018.
CNN is a shame!
Many websites have more readers and impressions than CNN has viewers.
Even overseas news outlets have noticed this! CNN was a respected name in the news, but not anymore!
I have Tweets that have more viewers than @CNN.
— Matthew Kolken (@mkolken) January 12, 2022
Where’s CNN’s COVID tracker? It was on 24/7 during the Trump Administration.
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) January 8, 2022
Two years into covid @cnn has suddenly discovered the difference between being hospitalized with covid and being hospitalized because of covid. Anyone who has bothered to look at the data has, of course, known this for two years. pic.twitter.com/g28NnZPQPu
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) January 11, 2022
The Daily Mail reported:
Scandal-scarred CNN has seen its viewership nosedive by a staggering 90 percent both overall and in the critical demographic coveted by advertisers in the first week of the new year as compared to last year.
The once-proud leader in cable news averaged just 548,000 viewers during the week of January 3, a precipitous drop from the nearly 2.7 million viewers for the same week in 2021, according to the most recent ratings.
Those numbers were supercharged by the the left-leaning network’s coverage of the January 6 Capitol Riot, which resulted in CNN having its most-watched day since Ted Turner launched the news outlet in 1980.
However, on the one-year anniversary of the insurrection, viewers chose right-wing rival Fox as it topped ratings for coverage of the event.
CNN also saw an 86 percent decline in the much-desirable 25-to-54 demographic, with a paltry 113,000 tuned in last week, compared to the 822,000 CNN averaged a year ago.
The network, which was swallowed up by AT&T in its merger with WarnerMedia last year, has been plagued by high-profile scandals – most notably the firing of its top-rated prime time star Chris Cuomo after the anchor was found to be helping his sex-pest brother Andrew try to beat harassment allegations, which led to his resignation as New York’s governor.