New Cable News Shows ‘All In With Chris Hayes’ & ‘The Point’ Drop in Day 2



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The ratings for both of the two new cable news programs that debuted this week fell on Tuesday from their Monday premieres.

MSNBC’s new 8PM show All In With Chris Hayes squared off against a Bill O’Reilly-hosted episode of The O’Reilly Factor for the first time.

All in with Chris Hayes saw double digit drops, coming in behind FNC and HLN in its timeslot. From day 1 to day 2, Hayes is down 26% with Total Viewers and down 54% with Adults 25-54. From March 2013 to day 2, All In is down 21% with Total Viewers and down 26% with Adults 25-54.

8-9PM:

  • · FNC: The O’Reilly Factor – 2,696,000 total viewers (462,000 in 25-54)
  • · HLN: Nancy Grace – 792,000 total viewers (272,000 in 25-54)
  • · MSNBC: All in with Chris Hayes – 639,000 total viewers (137,000 in 25-54)
  • · CNN: Anderson Cooper 360 – 453,000 total viewers (114,000 in 25-54)


CNN’s new 10PM show The Point ranked as the network’s third lowest rated telecast in the past seven years.

10-11 PM:

  • · FNC: On the Record – 1,446,000 total viewers (276,000 in 25-54)
  • · MSNBC: Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell – 787,000 total viewers (223,000 in 25-54)
  • · CNN: The Point – 235,000 total viewers (59,000 in 25-54)

 

 

 

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