Fox News host Jesse Watters’ star continues to rise at the network, which means he is likely to remain there for the foreseeable future.

According to a new press release from the network, Watters made cable news history this year after taking over at the “Primetime” slot:

“Jesse Watters Primetime” is Fastest Growing Program of 2022, Garners Highest-Rated 7 PM/ET Hour in Cable News History  

The press release also noted other major accomplishments by the network this year, which continues to dominate the industry, and by quite a bit:

“The Five” Rules Cable Becoming the First Non-Primetime Program to Rank Number One in Viewers for a Full Year; “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Remains Highest-Rated in the A25-54 Demo

FNC’s “Hannity” Rounds out Cable News’ Top Three, Laura Ingraham Continues Reign as Most-Watched Woman in the Genre 

FNC’s “Gutfeld!” Notches Largest Audience in Program History, Finishes Year as Second Highest-Rated Late-Night Show

CNN and MSNBC See Lowest-Rated Years in History

FNC’s “America Reports” at 1 PM/ET Outpaces Broadcast Networks, Beating ABC’s GMA3 and NBC News Daily

FNC Holds 2022’s Largest Share of the Cable News Audience, Has More Politically Diverse Audience Than CNN or MSNBC

FOX News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said of the accomplishments: “From America’s choice on election night to the home of late night’s smash hit show, 2022 was a testament to our unmatched skill in delivering the most innovative news and opinion programming to our audience which continues to rank as the most politically diverse in cable news. I am beyond proud of our entire team’s incredible achievements this year.”


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