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A new show from former Fox News anchor Chris Wallace has just debuted on CNN titled, “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace.” Unsurprisingly, the rantings were abysmal as the two-decade Fox veteran fails to appeal to CNN’s left-leaning audience (or anyone else for that matter).

Sunday night’s premiere, which aired at 7 PM Eastern Time was only watched by 401,000 viewers of which only 41,000 were between the coveted age of 25 to 54.

Other shows that aired at the same time as Wallace’s show averaged 29 percent more viewers than Wallace’s show. They also garnered 64 percent more viewers from the 25 to 54 age range.

Wallace’s first interview was with former Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer which should have garnered more of an audience; however, viewers just weren’t interested, according to Breitbart.

The show also premiered with three episodes on HBO Max and a CNN representative told The New York Post that the network was, “thrilled with the launch and Chris’s news-making interviews.”

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“‘Who’s Talking?’ is also simulcast on CNN International,” the spokesperson said, adding that the show reaches, “an additional 350 million households around the world.”

Even with those additional 350 million potential viewers, it doesn’t seem that it helped ratings.

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The show’s unsuccessful launch comes as CNN attempts to reorient itself under a rating plunge network-wide. 

Earlier this year, CNN saw ratings plummet. Within the 25 to 54 age range, they saw numbers decrease by 69 percent while total viewers only averaged around 534,000, a 68 percent drop from 2021, according to Forbes.

CNN continues to struggle with ratings and adding Chris Wallace to their lineup doesn’t seem to have helped things for them. 

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