‘Full House’ and ‘Friends’ Re-Runs Pummel CNN in Ratings

It looks like president Trump isn’t the only one ‘beating’ CNN.

According to cable ratings more people would rather watch re-runs of Full House and Friends than to tune into CNN’s prime time shows.


Ouch, that has to hurt.

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It gets better though.

Even those years old movies (packed with commercials) on TBS and USA, as well as shows like Fixer Upper and Flip Or Flop, are more viewed than CNN’s shows.


From the Federalist: “According to cable ratings from the week of June 26-July 2, CNN’s viewership of its primetime shows was ranked significantly lower than its competitors like Fox News and MSNBC, which place first and second respectively.

Clocking in at No. 10 on the list, CNN fell behind HGTV, Nick At Nite, History Channel, and ESPN — the sports network that’s been hemorrhaging viewers for months.”

I mean, we are talking prime-time here! The hours that most Americans decide to turn on their tv.


Shows running on CNN during these hours are: Erin Burnett Out Front, Anderson Cooper 360 and CNN Tonight With Don Lemon.

Something all of these shows, including the network itself has in common? A feud with the president, to which he calls the network ‘fake news’ whenever he has the opportunity to.

To make matters more pathetic for the network, CNN “clocked its most watched second quarter in its history,” Deadline reported.

With that report, the apparent bad news seems to actually be good news for the network.

Just shows you how bad the ratings were before.

From this analysis we can predict that the Trump bashing will persist and the ‘fake news’ to continue.


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