Fox News flipped spots with TBS as the most watched cable network in primetime last week.
Fox News drew 1.8 million viewers in primetime according to Nielsen, topping TBS -- the winner for the past two weeks led by its ‘March Madness” college basketball tournament coverage -- and HGTV, which tied for second place with an average of 1.5 million viewers each during the week of April 11 to April 17.
ESPN and TNT tied for fourth place with 1.4 million followed by USA and CNN, averaging 1.3 million viewers each. History and Disney Channel (1.2 million viewers each) and Discovery Channel (1.1 million) rounded out the top 10.
Nickelodeon was the most watched network on a 24-hour basis with 1.1 million viewers, with Fox News, Adult Swim, Disney Channel and HGTV following close behind.
ESPN was the top choice among adults 18-49 with 734,000 viewers, while TBS was the favorite among women 18-49 and 25-54.
Most Watched Shows During The Week Of April 11-April 17
Date Show Network Viewers
4/17 Fear The Walking Dead AMC 5.5 million
4/14 CNN New York Democratic Debate CNN 5.4 million
4/17 NBA Playoffs (Memphis/San Antonio) TNT 3.9 million
4/11 WWE Monday Night Raw (9-10) USA 3.6 million
4/13 NBA regular season (Memphis/Golden State) ESPN 3.6 million
4/11 WWE Monday Night Raw (8-9) USA 3.4 million
4/17 NBA regular season (Utah/LA Lakers) ESPN 3.4 million
4/11 WWE Monday Night Raw (10-11:12) USA 3.4 million
4/17 NBA Playoffs (Portland/LA Clippers) ESPN 3.0 million
4/11 The O’Reilly Factor Fox News 3.0 million
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