How Jessica Tarlov Of ‘The Five’ Became A Liberal Star On Fox News

Tarlov has the challenging task of serving hot takes from the left on the No. 1 show on cable news.

Fox News Tops August Nielsen Numbers

Fox News again topped the monthly ratings, as The Five topped in total viewers and Tucker Carlson Tonight won the 25-54 demo. The network saw a 4% rise in total day viewership, while it said that its late night show Gutfeld! saw its highest rated month since its April, 2021 launch, with 2.19 million viewers.

Fox News’ Ratings Surprise: ‘The Five’ Keeps Outperforming Primetime

The most-watched program at the Fox Corp. cable outlet for the past two quarters hasn’t been one of the opinion hours hosted by Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity or Laura Ingraham. Instead, the Fox News show with the biggest overall audience is The Five, a panel program that producers believe airs views from the right (four of the five co-hosts) and left (a single host, who rotates among three regulars). The show, which airs at 5 p.m. — not typically a bulwark of top viewing in the TV business — lured an average audience of around 3.68 million for the first three months of the year.

‘The Five’ On Fox News Remains Most-Watched Cable News Show

Fox News Taps Jeanine Pirro To Co-Host ‘The Five’

The former prosecutor and vocal Donald Trump supporter will join Fox’s afternoon panel show The Five as a co-host, joining Jesse Watters (who will soon be getting his own show at 7 p.m.), Dana Perino and Greg Gutfeld. Harold Ford Jr., Geraldo Rivera and Jessica Tarlov will share The Five‘s liberal co-host chair.

‘The Five’ Usurps Tucker Carlson As FNC’s Most-Watched Show

The round-table show The Five has proven to be one of Fox News Channel’s most durable properties. The Five, which these days relies largely on a trio of regulars and two rotating guests, outmaneuvered primetime colleagues like Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity to become the most-watched show on the network  — and cable news — in October, according to Nielsen data.

Fox News Hosts Mark 10th Anniversary Of ‘The Five’

‘The Five’ Hits 10 Years On Fox News

Juan Williams Bows Out Of Fox News’s ‘The Five’

Juan Williams announced on Fox News’s The Five Wednesday that it would be his last day co-hosting the popular show. Williams, who has been the resident Democrat on the panel, said he would continue to be a political analyst for Fox, working out of D.C. The Five is based in New York.

Fox News’ ‘The Five’ Goes To Remote Format

The co-hosts on Fox News Channel’s The Five went to a remote format Thursday, with reports that Juan Williams tested positive for the coronavirus.

Fox News’ Panel Show ‘The Five’ Returns To Studio

Fox News’ ‘The Five’ Versus Social Distancing

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.

‘The Five’ Turns 8, Remains Successful

Fox News Brings Bob Beckel Back To ‘The Five’

Bob Beckel Drops Another F-Bomb On ‘The Five’

FNC’s ‘The Five’ Thriving As Beck Replacement

Fox News’ ‘The Five’ Gets Regular Slot