CNN’s dismal views continue to plummet halfway through 2021. After Trump left the White House the liberal network has struggled to remain relevant and over the weekend Brian Stelter’s program, “Reliable Sources” hit its lowest viewership count to date drawing in a measly 656,000 viewers.
According to Fox News:
The dismal turnout marked the first time in 2021 that “Reliable Sources” failed to attract 700,000 viewers and Stelter’s left-wing media program has now fallen short of the one-million viewer benchmark for 12 straight weeks.
Fox News’ “MediaBuzz,” which is Stelter’s direct timeslot competitor, averaged 1.14 million viewers to top “Reliable Sources” by 74 percent.
The 35-year-old Stelter’s program managed to lose 13 percent of viewers from its June 13 episode which had previously been the show’s smallest audience of the year. The CNN host has found it difficult to attract viewers despite a recent book tour that included hobnobbing with Jeffrey Toobin days after CNN welcomed him back from an embarrassing masturbation scandal.
The stunning drop came days after podcast host Joe Rogan blasted Stelter’s program for sounding the alarm that certain YouTube personalities have more viewers than CNN “as if it was some horrible thing.”
With steadily declining viewers and ratings, it seems a number of CNN program’s days are numbered. I bet they wish they still had Donald Trump about now.