MSNBC had a record month for viewership in November, as Rachel Maddow topped Sean Hannity with younger viewers for the second month in a row.
While Trump is counting on Fox News to save him from impeachment, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow beat Fox with viewers age 25-54.
As the worst week of the Trump presidency unfolds, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow is dominating the cable ratings by being the highest rated TV show for the 3rd straight night.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow is beating Fox News with the exact kind of viewers that Democrats need to get to the polls to be able to take back Congress in November.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow is the top-rated show with viewers age 25-54 as the same older viewers who have always watched Hannity are the only thing keeping Fox News afloat.
Even though Fox News has been loading up Sean Hannity's show to boost its ratings at 9 PM, viewers age 18-49 are powering MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow Show.
As the American people get more engaged and look for factual news and information, they are increasingly turning to MSNBC as the Rachel Maddow led network is growing three times faster in total viewers than Fox News in primetime.
The cable news ratings dominance of Fox News is being conquered by Rachel Maddow as the MSNBC host finished first in overall viewers for the second night in a row.
Rachel Maddow's return was the most watched show on all of cable television, as Maddow drew 3.12 million total viewers. Maddow finished more than 400,000 viewers ahead of her nearest Fox News competition.
With Bill O'Reilly gone from Fox News, MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow show is poised to be the top-rated program on cable news, and this new reality is massively bumming out conservatives.
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GlaxoSmithKline has become the sixth advertiser to pull their ads from Fox News's The O'Reilly Factor after it was reported that host Bill O'Reilly and the network had paid tens of millions of dollars in sexual harassment settlements.
Rachel Maddow's MSNBC show has now beaten Fox News's The O'Reilly Factor for three straight weeks with younger viewers age 25-54.
MSNBC is growing four times faster than Fox News in primetime, and research shows that increased viewership for MSNBC makes a viewer more likely Democratic in the next election.
Rachel Maddow finished as the number one show on cable news, and MSNBC was the top network on cable news after the Republican health care bill failed in the House.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow clobbered Fox News for the second straight week, as Maddow drew 756,000 younger viewers to Fox News's 604,000 viewers age 25-54.
As ratings for Fox News show a double-digit drop, younger viewers (age 25-54) powered The Rachel Maddow Show to a win over Fox for an entire week with the key demographic.
Last Friday, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show attracted more younger viewers than every Fox News program that aired from 4 PM-11 PM.
Rachel Maddow's program experienced gigantic ratings growth the first quarter of 2016 as MSNBC's primetime audience grew more than twice as fast as Fox News.
Democrats showed their appeal to younger Americans as a CNN town hall featuring Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders drew more younger viewers than Fox News.