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CNN just can’t win.

Despite having a banner week, the cable news network finished 10th in primetime.

That falls behind the Hallmark Channel and HGTV.

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Yikes.

From Breitbart:

CNN’s ratings last week once again fell short–not only of their competitors like Fox News and MSNBC–the network’s ratings fell behind HGTV, the Hallmark Channel, and the History channel last week.

According to AdWeek, CNN came in tenth place during prime time in the week of September 17-23, while cable news competitors Fox News and MSNBC came in first and third place, respectively.

Continued:

ESPN came in second–while HGTV, NFL Network, USA, Hallmark Channel, the Investigation Discovery network, and the History channel all beat CNN.

During the day time, CNN came in seventh place, again losing to both Fox News and MSNBC, the two networks that took the top two spots.

More, from early in September:

Last week, CNN dropped a full 41 percent in the daytime TV ratings and fell 36 percent in primetime compared to the same week last year.

AdWeek reports, “CNN ranked No. 6 across basic cable in total prime time viewers, and No. 5 in total day this past week. Despite the top 10 finishes, the network was -36 percent in prime time viewers, and -41 percent in total day viewers vs. the same week last year.”

Continued:

Not only did CNN see a devastating drop from last year’s ratings, the network was once again bested by its competitors. Fox News came in first place with during the day, while MSNBC came in second.

In basic cable, CNN was in fifth behind ESPN and Nickelodeon. During prime time, CNN slid down to sixth place while ESPN came in first. Fox News, MSNBC, HGTV, and the USA network all defeated CNN.

More from TV Newser:

Basic Cable Top 10 – Total Day (Total Viewers)

Fox News (1,426,000)
MSNBC (1,145,000)
ESPN (1,023,000)
Nickelodeon (833,000)
CNN (789,000)
HGTV (750,000)
Investigation Discovery (706,000)
Hallmark Channel (628,000)
USA (590,000)
History (554,000)

While sitting down with five women to discuss the sexual assault allegations brought against SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the network didn’t get the responses they had hoped for.

They were recently caught lying three times in 24 hours, their ratings are tanking, and now this.

From Daily Wire:

“A show of hands, how many of you believe Judge Kavanaugh when he says this didn’t happen?” CNN’s Randi Kaye asked.

All five women raised their hands.

“How can we believe the word of a woman from something that happened 36 years ago?” Castillo De La Pena responded. “This guy has an impeccable reputation. Nobody, nobody that has spoken ill will about him. Everyone that speaks about him. This guy’s an altar boy, a scout. Because one woman made an allegation? Sorry, I don’t buy it.”

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