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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
Dec 202038195,800-36.43%331,298,500-22.43%+563%
Nov 202033308,000+32.76%331,674,000+15.93%+444%
Oct 202031232,000+36.47%331,444,000+16.73%+522%
Sep 202036170,000+0.59%331,237,000-0.16%+628%
Aug 202035169,000-2.31%321,239,000-0.96%+633%
Jul 202034173,000-15.2%321,251,000-5.94%+623%
Jun 202032204,000+12.71%321,330,000+7%+552%
May 202033181,000-29.3%321,243,000-19.75%+587%
Apr 202032256,000+66.23%321,549,000+42.37%+505%
Mar 202038154,000+33.91%321,088,000+18.26%+606%
Feb 202038115,000-23.33%28920,000-15.44%+700%
Nov 201936150,000311,088,000+625%

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Comments (12)

  1. GinGin
    Feb 22, 2021 17:34 GMT

    It makes one wonder if MSNBC is keeping her on over some financial agreement, there’s got to be a reason, she should do the right thing and retire if they won’t do it. It’s time Andrea.

  2. DennisDennis
    Feb 19, 2021 17:05 GMT

    Can't watch. Incoherent, rambling questions. Uncomfortable waiting for her to retrieve information and formulate her thoughts and responses. Speaks over guest contributors.

  3. Dottie TarshisDottie Tarshis
    Feb 15, 2021 17:26 GMT

    I have sent emails to MSNBC editors, but still it does not matter to them. Andrea Mitchell needs to retire. She is mentally lost. She has lost her ability to ask short, coherent questions. Her guests have to supply the facts or give her the words she is looking for. Please remove her!

  4. StevenSteven
    Feb 24, 2021 17:55 GMT

    The time has indeed come for Andrea to retire from delivering the daily news. She has clearly reached a point in her career where she no longer has the ability to hold the viewer or her guests. She constantly loses her train of thought and constantly talks over her guests. Watching her is so painful that I am forced to change networks until her spot is over. She has had a spectacular career but it is now time to retire and enjoy the fruits of all her hard work and contributions to her profession.

  5. PatPat
    Feb 1, 2021 20:16 GMT

    She is terrible - incoherent, rambling, seems to "short out" and forget what she is doing or how to form or maintain a train of thought... MSNBC needs to retire her....even her short "segments" on NBC nightly news are too painful to watch at this point....Sorry, but - time to make a graceful exit Andrea...

  6. Sven NilssonSven Nilsson
    Jan 12, 2021 17:16 GMT

    She is the one person on MSNBC that I can't stand to watch. As mentioned earlier, the way she speaks is terrible. She half mumbles her words and pauses frequently mid-sentence.

    It seems like she is done speaking, so her guest starts responding but then she starts speaking again, interrupting her guest. Then they both stop speaking and no one knows who should start again. So frustrating to watch!

    Maybe she was good at some earlier time, but I think it's time for her to retire being in front of the camera.

  7. J.J.J.J.
    Dec 14, 2020 17:59 GMT

    What annoys most about Andrea Mitchell - apart from her incoherent questions or preambles to questions - is her bad habit of talking over her guest when at the end of the interview, she thanks them. She never gives her guest an opportunity to respond and winds up talking over her guest's words. Extremely annoying and a too frequent occurrence. Yes, it is time to retire, andrea. It's not like she needs the dough.

  8. RonRon
    Nov 12, 2020 15:34 GMT

    I have the greatest respect for Andrea too but it is time for her to maybe work behind the scenes but not on camera. It’s funny that Pelosi is 7 years older than Andrea and she seems a lot more in tune with what’s going on than Andrea does. She’s 73 and I hope she’s healthy and well and isn’t suffering from anything but yes she reminds me of the old Foster Brooks character I have watched on reruns on the Dean Martin Show. It’s time.

  9. AnnAnn
    Oct 27, 2020 00:20 GMT

    Andrea Mitchell is a problem for me and even her guess who often time try to contain their annoyance at how long it's taking for her to express herself and to ask a question ... while not, sometimes seems almost incoherent. She has become slow. I respect people who can grow into their respective job. But I also think when you are not performing to the satisfaction of your audience, then it's time to retire. I don't think the ratings are due to the love for Andrea ... some people like myself are addicted to politics and watch MSNBC religiously ... a few broadcasters benefit from that. It's time for you to hand off the baton Andrea respectfully.

    1. DeborahDeborah
      Oct 29, 2020 19:43 GMT

      Ann I think you’re so on point, Andrea Mitchel is too slow, she speak like she’s had too many drinks. She should retire the end of this year. We want to watch someone that’s not dragging and stumbling words it’s exhausting to watch.

  10. JohnJohn
    Sep 10, 2020 16:33 GMT

    Andrea Mitchel verbal delivery is terrible. When her hour comes on I changer channels. It's time to retire her!

    1. Rick M.Rick M.
      Sep 17, 2020 13:21 GMT

      Yeh can her to assisted living facility with Biden.

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