The new Chris Wallace show titled "Who's Talking to Chris Wallace?" debuted Sunday on CNN. After the ratings of the debut were revealed it seems the title of the show asks a very appropriate question.
Despite heavy promotion of the show, it drew just 401,000 total viewers and a measly 44,000 viewers in the coveted 25-54 age demographic, according to Nielsen Media Research. The show was in the 7 p.m. Eastern time slot.
When compared to the previous CNN show in the same time slot, the numbers represent a 29% drop from the 7 p.m. overall network average in 2022 and a 64% drop among the 25-54 group.
No one watched Chris Wallace's new CNN show.
— OutKick (@Outkick) September 27, 2022
Sunday Night in America with Trey Gowdy, which is shown on Fox News, drew 1.3 million viewers or more than three times the number of viewers for Wallace.
Wallace left Fox News after spending 18 years with the network and signed a massive contract with CNN. He was slated to be a big part of the streaming subscription service, CNN+, which tanked and was canceled in less than a month.
In the next episode of "Who's Talking?" Wallace will sit down with former MLB star Alex Rodriguez.
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