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    Gutfeld Dominates Cable Ratings As New Book Hits The Shelves

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    Since removing top-rated host Tucker Carlson from the air in late April, Fox News has encountered a slew of criticism, negative headlines, and a significant ratings drop.

    However, one Fox News personality has received a number of positive developments in recent weeks.

    Greg Gutfeld, who co-hosts “The Five” and “Gutfeld!”, is reportedly being considered to take over a primetime slot on the network. He recently announced a new book, and both of his cable news programs are currently dominating the ratings.

    Fox News remained the most-watched cable news network in May despite the repercussions of the firing of former top presenter Tucker Carlson.

    “The Five” was the highest-rated cable news program, with an average of 2.6 million total viewers and 267,000 demo viewers. His late-night comedy program “Gutfeld!” ranked among the top five cable news programs.

    Below is a summary of the top five cable news programs in May, all of which are Fox News programs:

    The Five – 2.63 million (276,000 in 25-54 demographic)

    Jesse Watters Primetime – 2.14 million (194,000 demo)

    Hannity – 1.91 million (178,000 demo)

    Special Report with Bret Baier – 1.81 million (187,000 demo)

    Gutfeld! – 1.65 million (224,000 demo)

    The popular host announced the release of a new book titled “The King of Late Night” on July 25. The book describes how Gutfeld “destroyed the mainstream late-night landscape of heavyweights and became the host of the number one late night program on all of television.”

    In recent weeks, Fox News has announced a large number of adjustments.

    The network announced last week that Steve Hilton’s Sunday 9 p.m. program has been canceled.

    Fox Business has canceled the long-running show “Kennedy,” which airs at 7 p.m. ET. The network plans to air reruns of former Trump administration economist Larry Kudlow. The report said that Lisa Kennedy Montgomery will remain at Fox News, where she will be a recurring figure on “The Five,” “Outnumbered,” and other shows.

    Donald Trump Jr. stated that he was warned by Fox News insiders that his criticism of the abrupt dismissal of top-rated host Tucker Carlson in late April did not sit well with network executives.

    The eldest son of the former president claims he was warned to “expect retaliation” after he criticized the firing as foolish and accused senior executives of “censorship.” In addition, he has not been invited onto the network in nearly nine months, according to the allegation.

    “I’ve been watching the censorship happening even in conservative mainstream media,” Don Jr. said on the Steak for Breakfast podcast. “I mean, you saw what sort of Fox did to Tucker Carlson, last week, and the week before that, it was Dan Bongino and, you know, the people who would actually question some of that narrative.”

    More on this story via Conservative Brief:

    “I’ve been sort of outspoken at America First [network] and I used to be on Fox 3, 4, 5, 6, 10 times a week. I haven’t been on in nine months. Not a call, not an invite, not anything. And so I understand what it, what it appears like they’re trying to do to the America First movement. You know, Tucker was another one of those voices,” Trump Jr. noted further, according to Mediaite. CONTINUE READING…

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