On Monday, CNN host Chris Cuomo brought the lowest ratings his primetime show Cuomo Prime Time, a measly fraction of that brought in by Fox News' competing show in the same time slot.
Cuomo Prime Time brought in 605,000 total viewers, and just 126,000 viewers in the key age demographic of 25-54, according to data from Nielsen Media Research.
In comparison, the Fox News 9pm counterpart Hannity with Sean Hannity brought in a whopping 2,694,000 viewers, with 330,000 viewers aged 25-54.
Between the hours of 4 and 11 pm on Monday, Fox News shows outperformed both CNN and MSNBC in every time slot, with Tucker Carlson's show Tucker Carlson Tonight bringing in the highest viewership of 3,146,000 total viewers, according to TVNewser.
Fox News brought in 2,710,000 prime time viewers, MSNBC brought in 1,360,000, while CNN brought in just 625,000 prime time viewers. None of CNN's shows between 4 and 11 pm reached over 1 million viewers.
Cuomo's abysmal viewership comes the night before elections took place across the country, and a week after the charges against his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, were revealed in connection to a sexual assault case.