Fox News Channel crushes all of basic cable in April, ‘The Five’ finishes as No. 1 show

Fox News averaged 1.5 million total viewers to finish as the only network to surpass the one-million viewer benchmark, as No. 2 MSNBC averaged only 668,000 viewers. It was the 14th straight month that Fox News finished No. 1 among total day viewers. 

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During the primetime hours of 8-11 p.m., Fox News averaged 2.4 million viewers compared to 1.7 million for NBA Playoffs-heavy TNT. 

"The Five" finished April as the most-watched show on cable news, averaging 3.5 million viewers.

“The Five” finished April as the most-watched show on cable news, averaging 3.5 million viewers.

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