By: Konrad Holden
In ratings released this week, CNN’s Brian Stelter’s rating has fallen below several children’s TV shows, even among 25-54 aged viewers. Stelter, known as a partisan Democrat show host with his show, Reliable Sources, was soundly beaten by popular cartoons Spongebob and Paw Patrol by over 40,000 viewers.
25-54 year-old Americans are more interested in children’s shows and Golden Girl reruns than CNN’s Reliable Sources featuring left-wing TV host Brian Stelter.
The newly released ratings put Stelter below 800,000 total viewers for the seventh week in a row.
Stelter was beaten by Peppa Pig, a children’s show featuring a pink talking pig that goes on adventures with her brother, parents, and friends. 3,000 more viewers in the important 25-54 year-old demographic watch Peppa Pig than Reliable Sources.
Brain Stelter was also “conquered” by the Fresh Prince of Bel Air which garnered 6,000 more 25-54 year-old viewers.
Most significantly, the 11:00 AM Reliable Sources show came in much lower than Fox News’ similar MediaBuzz, which also airs at 11:00 AM.
MediaBuzz destroyed Stelter’s ratings by nearly 72,000 more viewers.
These new numbers show the growing trend amongst Americans moving away from left-leaning shows and media outlets that former President Trump dubbed “fake news”.
“Brian Stelter's show keeps slipping and slipping and slipping in the ratings. Same with Don Lemon's. It's the same thing. Everybody knows they're not real. They're not real humans.” - Joe Rogan, host of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast