Jesse Watters Primetime will begin at 8 p.m. ET on July 17 as part of a revamped weekly nighttime lineup on Fox News. Laura Ingraham’s show will air at 7 p.m., with Sean Hannity’s popular program remaining at 9 p.m. Greg Gutfeld’s latenight show will move up to the 10 p.m. hour that was previously Ingraham’s time slot.
The Fox News host will be getting the Super Bowl treatment this Sunday, with the cable news channel set to run a 15-second spot promoting his 11 p.m. latenight show Gutfeld! during the big game. The ad will be Fox News Channel’s only spot promoting one of its linear TV shows during the game, which is airing on the Fox broadcast network. There will also be a 10-second ad during the Fox pregame show, as well as two ads touting the Fox Nation streaming service.
Greg Gutfeld, a punk-rock loving, former men’s magazine firebrand, knows he’s a divisive figure, and It sure seems he likes it that way. The host of Fox News’ Gutfeld! regularly is pilloried by the left and adored by the right. But it’s the millions of viewers that have been tuning in to his show, which went nightly in April 2021, that have put him in the spotlight. Between the beginning of August and the first week of October, Gutfeld! brought in an average of 2.15 million viewers, using the Live+Same Day metric, according to Nielsen Media Research.
Gutfeld, the newish latenight show on Fox News, has emerged as a latenight player 15 months after it launched. In June, Gutfeld averaged 1,956,000 total viewers, according to Nielsen, ahead of ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live (1,690,000) and NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon (1,327,000), and trailing CBS’s The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (2,187,000).
Greg Gutfeld has owned the libs all the way to the top of the ratings.
Fox News Channel’s comedic host Greg Gutfeld has become a ratings champ of latenight TV. Defying predictions, Gutfeld! is regularly generating higher ratings than more established latenight fare, such as Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, and has at times even topped The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Greg Gutfeld, a longtime fixture on Fox News, is the latest entrant to the latenight comedy talk show race, with the premiere of his Gutfeld! on Monday at 11 p.m. ET. He’s seeking to appeal to an audience of conservatives who feel like “targets of ridicule” watching rivals like Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon.
Fox News Channel’s panel show The Five relies on the combative camaraderie of its longtime hosts. Now patched together from five separate locations, its characteristic conversations can sometimes literally miss a beat.
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