For the third week straight, Fox News placed second in primetime, averaging 2,098,000 viewers, among all ad-supported cable networks for the week of November 4. It was the second-highest week of the year in primetime for the network. In total day, Fox News was fourth, averaging 1,220,000 viewers.
MSNBC placed 27th in primetime, with 716,000 viewers, and 26th in total day, with 423,000 viewers. CNN placed 38th in primetime and 37th in total day, averaging 433,000 and 316,000 viewers, respectively.
ESPN, USA, the Hallmark Channel and TBS rounded out the top five cable networks for the week. The full ranker is after the jump.
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