According to Nielsen, news anchor Chris Wallace’s new CNN show reportedly received its lowest ratings in a month ever.
According to Nielsen statistics, “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?” drew only 323,000 views and 38,000 in the crucial 25-54 demographic when it aired on Sunday.
In January, the show drew 365,000 viewers and 48,000 in the 25-54 demographic.
In comparison, 1.544 million people watched Fox News’ “Fox & Friends Sunday.”
After CNN announced the demise of its streaming network, CNN+, the program began airing in the spring of 2022.
Wallace’s program was renewed for a second season last month.
Wallace, the son of legendary newsman Mike Wallace, had a long and distinguished career before leaving his former perch at Fox News for CNN.
Wallace began his journalism career in 1975, working as a reporter and anchor for local television stations in the Washington, D.C. area. He later joined NBC News in 1982, where he served as a correspondent and anchor for various programs, including “Meet the Press” and “Today”.
In 1989, Wallace joined ABC News and became the anchor of “Primetime Sunday”, a news and interview program. He also served as a substitute anchor for “World News Tonight” and “Nightline”. In 2003, Wallace made the move to Fox News Channel.
In 2016, Wallace moderated one of the presidential debates between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
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