Parker-Spitzer Ratings Down 35% From Campbell Brown Last Year
It appears Americans aren't very interested in watching a disgraced former Democrat governor discuss politics with a Republican In Name Only columnist.
There's no way to read the November ratings numbers for CNN's "Parker-Spitzer" other than this experiment has failed and failed miserably:
CNN’s 8pm show Parker / Spitzer November ratings were well below those of Campbell Brown, the show it replaced, from the same month a year ago. The show is in fourth place for average viewership, and is a distant fourth in the news advertiser target adults 25-54 demo.
Parker / Spitzer was down 28% in the cable news target adults 25-54 demo, and down 35% in average viewership compared to Campbell Brown’s November last year.
In November, "P-S" averaged only 453,000 viewers a day. 453,000! This means the "O'Reilly Factor" is actually getting 3 million more viewers in the same time slot.
Really adding insult to injury, MSNBC "Countdown" reruns at 11PM typically got more viewers in November than "P-S."
The folks at CNN must be so proud of their new show.
*****Update: Parker is apparently very angry at Spitzer and is threatening to leave the show.