Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, James Corden, Trevor Noah y Samantha Bee intercambiaron comedia por activismo el miércoles por la noche y unieron fuerzas para hacer sonar la alarma sobre el cambio climático..
Going beyond the opening monologues, Kimmel had multiple climate scientists on his show, Meyers interviewed President Biden’s climate czar John Kerry and Colbert spoke candidly with “Mother Earth.”
sin embargo, none of them topped Greg Gutfeld, whose show landed in the #1 spot with 1.89 millones de espectadores.
Colbert’s “The Late Show” on CBS came in with nearly 1.8 million viewers followed closely by Fallon’s “The Tonight Show” on NBC with 1.79 millones de espectadores. ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” came at a distant fourth place with 1.2 millones de espectadores.
Meyers’ “Tarde en la noche” and Corden’s “El Late Late Show,” both of which air in the 12:35 ET timeslot, failed to reach 1 millones de espectadores, with the NBC program reaching 957,000 viewers while the CBS show trailed at 772,000.
“Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” on TBS edged out Comedy Central’s “El show diario” con 393,000 y 342,000 respectivamente.
Adicionalmente, Gutfeld easily beat his cable news rivals. MSNBC’s “The 11th Hour,” anchored by Brian Williams, landed just 953,000 viewers while the second hour of CNN’s “Don Lemon esta noche” failed to even reach 600,000 espectadores.
Wednesday’s “Gutfeld!” had a lively lineup with Fox News contributors Kat Timpf and Guy Benson, Fox Business host Dagen McDowell and “The Rubin Report” host Dave Rubin, as well as a special appearance by Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, who debated with Gutfeld over whether which CNN anchor, Chris Cuomo or Don Lemon, es el “dumbest.”