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IF You Thought Fox News Would Struggle After All of Its Changes, Think Again…

Fox News continues to perform well, despite the difficulties it experienced last month, especially in releasing Bill O’Reilly.

Despite all the controversy surrounding the network, Fox News decided to roll out a new primetime lineup immediately, which saw Tucker Carlson move to O’Reilly’s 8 p.m. slot.

The ratings for the week of April 24-30 showed that the number one cable news network continued to beat out the competition, even despite the changes to the lineup.

Compared to last year at the same time, Fox had a 28 percent increase in overall viewership, which included a 48 percent increase in the ages 25-54 demographic sought after by advertisers.

Sean Hannity brought in a 42 percent ratings increase from the same period in 2016.

O’Reilly’s replacement, Tucker Carlson, did see a drop from his predecessor’s ratings from his final show but he still won the 25 – 54 demographics and won in total viewers for his time slot.

The newest ratings for the week starting May 1 showed that even Fox News’ new shows destroyed their more established adversaries.

The debut episodes of “The Fox News Specialists” and “The Story with Martha MacCallum” both scored around two million viewers, and defeated both CNN and MSNBC in overall ratings and the 25-54 demographic, according to Nielsen Media Research.