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Fox News’ highly anticipated new lineup premiered Monday night. What was expected to be a major win for Fox following the firing of Tucker Carlson and his replacement by Jesse Watters turned out to be a major failure. According to experts, this failure has caused widespread panic in the cable network. Chadwick Moore, author and “insider” on Fox News, says his sources confirm it was a ratings nightmare.
Fox sources tell me last night’s primetime reboot was a ratings disaster. Executives are panicking. Hannity lost to MSNBC’s Maddow, and the 8:00 show only drew 149,000 in the key demographic. (Tucker routinely got at least 400k). More to come…
— Chadwick Moore (@Chadwick_Moore) July 18, 2023
Bad ratings are the least of Fox News’ worries. The real problem for the struggling news network is that they have become irrelevant. With figures (like them or not) like President Trump, Tucker, Vivek, DeSantis and even people like TikTok Libs and influencers like Chris Rufo, Matt Walsh, Megyn Kelly and Candace Owens dominating the public conversation on the right, and in many cases, bypassing traditional media: no one is really interested in what Fox News has to say anymore. The network has done this, it shot itself in the foot. After all, consider how many of the above figures were dismissed or not hired by Fox News, and how many more influential figures we could list who passed through Fox News: Glenn Beck, Ben Shapiro, Dan Bongino, Tomi Lahren. the list goes on. When it comes to influencers, Fox News seems to only depend on Gutfeld and Jesse Watters.
Once a titan in cable news, Fox is now just an echo chamber for the establishment. They are no better or different than CNN or MSNBC, and the current ratings reflect that.