‘Life, Liberty & Levin’ debut had more viewers than many CNN & MSNBC heavyweights

· February 28, 2018  
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Mark Levin on Life, Liberty and Levin
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Last Sunday, the premiere of the Fox News program “Life, Liberty & Levin” starring LevinTV host Mark Levin had 1.4 million viewers and crushed in the key 25-54-year-old demographic. That could explain why the Left has jumped into full attack mode on Levin and his new show. Levin’s colleague at CRTV, Steve Deace, explained what the strong numbers really mean.

As Deace said, Levin is beating some of cable news’ biggest names. According to Deadline Hollywood, “Anderson Cooper 360” averaged 1.238M viewers over the course of 2017. The program was CNN’s highest-rated prime-time show.

TV Newser reported that Joe Scarborough’s program, “Morning Joe,” averaged 975,000 viewers. That’s not all: Levin’s viewership also bested the likes of CNN’s Jake Tapper and Wolf Blitzer.

Here’s a clip of Levin’s new show.

“Life, Liberty & Levin” is off to a very strong start for Fox News. It’s beating some of the biggest names in cable news.


New episodes of Mark Levin’s LevinTV are available weeknights on CRTV.

Author: Rob Eno

Robert Eno is the director of research for Conservative Review. He is a conservative from deep blue Massachusetts but now lives in Greenville, SC.