Megyn Kelly’s NBC newsmagazine show continued to slip in the ratings for another week as she lost in the coveted demographic category Sunday night, according to a Variety report on Monday.
In her fourth week, “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” struggled in the ratings bringing in an average of .4 in the key demographic of adults ages 18-49 and 3.4 million viewers, according to Nielsen data. (RELATED: Megyn Kelly Defends Alex Jones Interview)
The “Sunday Night” show fell to CBS’s “60 Minutes” and ABC’s “America’s Funniest Home Videos” that won the 7 p.m. hour with a re-run that earned .7 in the demo and 3.9 million viewers. (RELATED: Megyn Kelly Says Final Goodbye To Viewers: I’m ‘Better For Having Been Here’)
Kelly’s numbers were even lower than the week before that saw an average of .5 in the demographic and 3.6 million viewers tuning in for her interview with Infowars’ Alex Jones. News of the interview brought in a lot of attention during the week, but failed to bring in the big ratings.
Despite Kelly’s poor showing, NBC came in second overall for the night in the demo with a .6, but third in viewers with 2.7 million with the airing of “Despicable Me” and a re-run of “Little Big Shots: Forever Young.”
ABC led the night with 1.1 in the demographic and 5.4 million viewers with the running of game shows from 8-11 p.m., showing “Celebrity Family Feud” and “Steve Harvey’s Funderdome.”
CBS and Fox came in third for the same time frame with a .4 in the demo.