Fox News Channel beat MSNBC and CNN combined in the prime time demo, with The O’Reilly Factor leading the averaging 507,000 A25-54 viewers.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who co-hosts Fox News Channel’s morning program Fox & Friends, has made the decision to step down from her position to focus on spending more time with her three children. The announcement was made that Elisabeth would be departing from the show on Monday. Show More Summary
One of the regulars on Fox News Channel is stepping down and will be leaving the network. Elisabeth Hasselbeck announced that she is exiting her spot on “Fox & Friends” to focus on raising her family. Hasselbeck, who was a...
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is giving up her spot on the curvy couch at "Fox & Friends." A co-host of the Fox News Channel morning program since September 2013, Hasselbeck announced Monday that she is putting her TV career on hold to spend more time raising her children. She will depart Fox News Channel...
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is leaving Fox News Channel’s Fox & Friends. In the network’s announcement, Hasselbeck said she’s leaving to devote more time to raising her three children; she will continue to host until late next month. Hasselbeck...Show More Summary
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is set to depart as one of the co-hosts of Fox News Channel’s morning program “Fox & Friends,” the cable-news outlet announced Monday. Hasselbeck, who joined Fox News in 2013 after nearly a decade at ABC’s “The View,” is putting her TV career on hold to devote more time to...
"Throughout my 14 years working in television, I have never experienced a more positive and thoughtful atmosphere than Fox News Channel"
SERIES Watters World This new series takes a humorous look at the current events. 5 p.m. Fox News Channel Welcome to Sweetie Pie's In the season premiere of the unscripted series, Miss Robbie and Tim preside at the opening of a new restaurant in Los Angeles. 6 and 9 p.m. OWN Ash vs Evil Dead...
Two Fox networks landed in the total-viewer Top 5 among cable networks for the week of November 9. Fox News Channel and Fox Business News ranked No. 2 and No. 4 for the week in primetime, with an average of 2.3M and 1.6M viewers, respectively. Show More Summary
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Fox News Channel's Geraldo Rivera unleashed on President Obama on Monday's Hannity, after the American leader doubled down on his strategy against ISIS at a press conference earlier in the day. Rivera bluntly stated that "the President's...Show More Summary
Fox News Channel and CNN both logged their biggest primetime crowds of the year, excluding presidential debates, when viewers tuned in to learn about the attacks in Paris Friday night that killed at least 129 people and injured hundreds more. Show More Summary
Fox News was most-watched channel on cable TV Friday night.
A special Saturday edition of Fox News Channel’s Special Report aired due to the terror attacks 24 hours earlier in Paris with a panel of The Weekly Standard’s Steve Hayes, U.S. News & World Report’s David Catanese, and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer. Show More Summary
On Friday's The Kelly File on Fox News Channel, Harvard Law's Alan Dershowitz blasted left-wing student activists over their chilling of free speech on many college campuses: "These are the same people who claim they're seeking diversity. Show More Summary
Fox News Channel averaged 429,000 A25-54 prime time viewers on Wednesday night, doubling the audience of No. 2 CNN.
Fox News Channel averaged 1.8 million prime time viewers, behind only ESPN's NFL-heavy content.
Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly attacked CNN's Carol Costello on the Wednesday edition of his O'Reilly Factor program over her "cheap shot" at the moderators of the recent GOP presidential debate on Fox Business Network. O'Reilly targeted...Show More Summary
Special O'Reilly Factor correspondent Jesse Watters is about to get his own show on the Fox News Channel.
Jesse Watters is getting his own Fox News Channel series of monthly specials. Watters World will debut Saturday, November 14th at 10 PM ET hosted by The O’Reilly Factor’s correspondent. As with his segments on Bill O’Reilly’s primetime program, each hour-long program will focus on a specific event or topic pertaining to the 2016 election cycle. Show More Summary