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Andrea Mitchell Reports is an hour-long political news program that airs weekdays at 12 p.m. ET on MSNBC. In addition to bringing viewers the latest political developments and news on foreign affairs, the show features political commentary from prominent politicians, journalists, and political strategists as well as marquee interviews with politicians and high-level government and world leaders, and the top newsmakers across the country. Often reporting directly from the scene as the news unfold, the daytime show has covered several domestic and international stories of consequence, helping viewers makes sense of complex world events.

Andrea Mitchell Reports is hosted by Andrea Mitchell, a veteran journalist who has extensively covered every American president since Jimmy Carter. In addition to politics, Mitchell covers foreign policy, intelligence, and national security issues, including the diplomacy of Secretary of State John Kerry, for all NBC News and MSNBC properties. Her 20+ years of reporting on the Clintons, including coverage of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, earned her the title “Dean of the Clinton Press Corps.” Andrea Mitchell has been recognized by New York Women in Communications with the Matrix Award for her excellence in broadcast journalism.

Andrea Mitchell Reports Ratings Chart

Ratings chart for Andrea Mitchell Reports show on MSNBC

Andrea Mitchell Ratings: Andrea Mitchell Reports marked its best ever showing in the month of November 2020, averaging a network record high of 1.7 million viewers per episode. Though the show’s current ratings don’t lift it into MSNBC’s top 10 broadcasts, Andrea Mitchell Reports does comparatively much better than other network shows in more favorable time slots. Previously, Mitchell enjoyed higher ratings; e.g., during the 2000 election campaign, Mitchell hosted “The Mitchell Report” on MSNBC which became NBC News’ election year broadcast of record.

Andrea Mitchell Reports Historical Ratings

DateDemo A25-54Demo P2+P2+ Gain
RankAudienceChangeRankAudienceChange
Aug 20213794,000-15%37725,000-5%+671%
Jul 202136110,000+39%32766,000+20%+596%
Jun 20213979,000-23%35640,000-19%+710%
May 202137102,000-29%33786,000-20%+671%
Apr 202137143,000+13%35977,000-7%+583%
Mar 202133126,000-31%271,053,000-18%+736%
Feb 202135182,000-7%311,292,000-1%+610%
Dec 202038195,800-36%331,298,500-22%+563%
Nov 202033308,000+33%331,674,000+16%+444%
Oct 202031232,000+36%331,444,000+17%+522%
Sep 202036170,000+1%331,237,000+628%
Aug 202035169,000321,239,000+633%

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Comments (46)

  1. Larry PaytonLarry Payton
    Sep 20, 2021 17:05 GMT

    Sad to say Andrea Mitchell but It’s time to leave the scene and enjoy a well earned retirement. Lack of energy and lapsed memory can be expected at our age, even some erosion of journalistic skill but loss of clarity and objectivity as a reporter should be indicators to the self aware. Perhaps it’s time to take on the role of the moderate pseudo objective news expert at fox or a member of the panel of moderates on Morning Joe.
    Finally, I would consider it a personal favor if you would take the inept, unskilled and ill prepared Johnathan Capeheart with.

  2. salsal
    Sep 13, 2021 17:09 GMT

    Agree with all I have read. Have to change the channel if Andrea comes on, so hard to watch and listen to. Always hoping she will have the day off, but she never does.........

  3. JoyJoy
    Sep 1, 2021 16:51 GMT

    Andrea has served her time and now it's time to go. She is stumbling, pausing isn't coherent. At 74 years old, it's time to let one of MSNBC's young take over. I find myself switching to CNN during her hour of news. God bless you, Andrea.

  4. DebraDebra
    Aug 31, 2021 14:04 GMT

    At 59 yrs of age I have watched Andrea Mitchell for decades and now yes, it is time for someone who loves her to suggest to her to retire gracefully. She has had an awesome career and I can’t imagine that MSNBC would hold her to any clauses in her contract, especially with the loss of viewership. She is, at minimum, showing the natural signs of aging. My wife is 67 and we both frequently find ourselves, “searching” for that word “on the tip of my tongue”, but, we aren’t hosting a show on tv.

    Now…let’s talk Mika and MTP. We watch CNN New Day and switch from MSNBC from 11am until 1pm. Chuck Todd…where shall I start. Too self-conscious AND full of himself. ALWAYS stepping on the words of guests and colleagues. He is NO TIM RUSSERT!!!!!

  5. JudyJudy
    Aug 25, 2021 12:26 GMT

    Really painful to watch this poor woman. She obviously has some kind of cognitive issues going on. Although interestingly enough, if she's in a roundtable she actually sounds coherent. She just maybe shouldn't be leading a show. Time to move over, you've had a groundbreaking career, give the young ones a chance.

  6. RobbRobb
    Sep 2, 2021 16:48 GMT

    So I just started watching MSNBC this early in the day, I usually don't jump on until Ari and I stick around for Rachel. The last couple days seeing this lady on the air though, just wow... Lol. I had to look her up to see what other people are saying and man am I glad it's not just me. Yikes. 🤣

  7. Nancy A PalmerNancy A Palmer
    Sep 16, 2021 06:21 GMT

    Hard to watch someone refuse to admit it is time to go... EMBARRASSING

  8. ElsaElsa
    Aug 2, 2021 17:15 GMT

    I have written to MSNBC over and over. I gave Andrea benefit of the doubt she has a bad microphone that is muffled. But due to the the stammering I can't watch any more. Yet when she is interviewing guests, they come out loud and clear, so I kept blaming it on MSNBC audio people (and MSNBC is the worst for losing connections when doing off site zoom? interviews). Have never seen that happen on CNN. Bottom line, she needs to retire. Even reading already formatted text, she slips up constantly. When she comes on, I just switch to CNN.

    1. ElsaElsa
      Aug 20, 2021 16:54 GMT

      Just watched Andrea again against my better judgment. Totally muffled speech when her 3 guests were crystal clear. And the usual stammer, pauses, sighing, gasping. I keep hoping it is the fault of her audio crew but it isn't that. Her speech truly hurts my ears. The muffling is at a high point. Like she is talking with an N95 mask on. Just now changed channels. Look I am old lol, but hope when I get to her "disability" someone will be kind enough to let me know and let me go.

  9. Cooper StephanieCooper Stephanie
    Aug 31, 2021 02:17 GMT

    I think Andrea Mitchell is perceptive, experienced and ever so elegant, but I am 73 years old and when she pauses during a sentence and must search her mind for the word gone AWOL, I wince and have deep empathy for her.

    I wish I could meet her right after her show, and say: “Ms. Mitchell, you don’t need this stress! Let’s go have a cocktail or two and then we will write a book about you. But first… let me help you write your demand letter for a nice chunky retirement package. Even if your contract says you have to give MSNBC your services until you are the most senior television journalist ever, you can and should quit soon, for health reasons. You can convince them that you would look much cuter as the mentor for an up-and-coming journalist.”

  10. GCGC
    Jun 10, 2021 18:21 GMT

    Agree with everyone here - it is painful to watch her try to speak, especially with guests. Please MSNBC, let her retire.

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