MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes came in third place at 8pm Friday night, behind Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor and CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 in both the 25-54 demo and total viewers.
For the third night in a row this week, MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes came in 4th place in the 8pm time slot with 95K in the 25-54 demo and 440K total viewers. Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor was #1 at 8pm with 499K in the demo and 3.117M total viewers.
CNN's Anderson Cooper came out ahead of MSNBC in both his 8pm and 10pm ET time slots Monday night in both the 25-54 demo and total viewers. At 8pm, Cooper's 206K demo viewers and 604K total viewers outpaced Chris Hayes' 145K and 498K respectively.
In a news cycle that has been dominated by fulminating stories like the Cleveland kidnappings and the Benghazi hearings, and now the political intrigue of the unfolding IRS scandal, Monday saw scant attention paid to a story that would...Show More Summary
Chris Hayes is what passes at MSNC for a progressive intellectual. Which makes his simple-minded and manifestly mistaken proposal that much more maddening. Making a peek-a-boo video-clip appearance on today's Melissa Harris-Perry's show, which focused on finding solutions to poverty in... -
On Friday's All In show, with the words "The Sickness" displayed on screen behind him, MSNBC host Chris Hayes began the show with a commentary in which he tagged the NRA as a "far-right fringe organization" that "might be spelling their own demise" by celebrating... -
Shortly after MSNBC's Chris Hayes decried the "The Sickness" of marketing rifles to children that led to the shooting death of a Kentucky two year-old by her five year-old brother this week, Piers Morgan welcomed Breitbart.com's BenShow More Summary
When MSNBC announced in March that Ed Schultz's weeknight program, “The Ed Show,” was being replaced by “All In,” which is hosted by 34-year-old Chris Hayes, the executives of the "Lean Forward" network hoped that the new hour-long program would hold onto the... -
On Thursday night's All In, host Chris Hayes tackled the difficult story of Caroline Sparks, the Kentucky two year-old who was accidentally shot and killed by her five year-old brother on Tuesday. Standing before a hunting graphic emblazoned...Show More Summary
Tuesday night, Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN narrowly beat out All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC to grab second place in the 8pm time slot behind the first place O'Reilly Factor on Fox. Anderson Cooper's show had 168k viewers in the 25-54 demo to Chris Hayes' 158k.
On Thursday's All In, MSNBC host Chris Hayes hinted that, if only Barack Obama had been successful in his efforts while he was a Senator, the fertilizer plant explosion in West Texas might not have happened, as the MSNBC host also suggested culpability from the Bush administration for... -
MSNBC host Chris Hayes explained on his program Thursday how the Bush administration—and specifically former Vice President Dick Cheney’s son-in-law—played a critical role in defeating regulations that would have strengthened federal oversight of chemical plants like the one that exploded and killed 15 people in West, Texas, last week.
When MSNBC decided to replace Ed Schultz with Chris Hayes in the 8pm weeknight time slot, there was some speculation on Mediaite on elsewhere about whether Schultz's supposed weekend show would actually materialize.
On Friday, April 12, I appeared on MSNBC’s All In with host Chris Hayes, Atlantic columnist Ta-Nehesi Coates and commentator Melissa Harris-Perry to talk about the controversial appearance by Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) at Howard University:...Show More Summary
Reason Editor in Chief Matt Welch appeared on MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes to discuss Rand Paul's speech at Howard University. Airdate: April 12, 2013. About 7 minutes. Scroll down for downloadable versions, and subscribe to Reason.tv's YouTube Channel to receive automatic notifications when new material goes live.
The morning after defending her much-talked-about MSNBC promo on All In with Chris Hayes last night, Melissa Harris-Perry made what she (and others) see as a faux-controversy her top story on her own show. "I'm Melissa Harris-Perry," she began, acknowledging her new-found fame. "Yes, that Melissa Harris-Perry."
MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry sat down with her colleague Chris Hayes tonight on All In to respond to the controversy over her promo for the network, in which she says that children should be the responsibility of communities. Harris-Perry...Show More Summary
Matt Welch will be on All In with Chris Hayes tonight at 8pm on MSNBC. The topics will include Sen. Rand Paul's outreach effort to black voters, and MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Parry's controversial promo in which she stated that children "belong o whole communities." Harris-Perry will also be on the show. Go here for more info.