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Nielsen ratings for The 11th Hour with Brian Williams cable television show on MSNBC.

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams Ratings Chart

Ratings chart for The 11th Hour with Brian Williams show on MSNBC

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams Historical Ratings

DateDemo A25-54Demo P2+P2+ Gain
RankAudienceChangeRankAudienceChange
Aug 202130148,000-4%211,030,000-14%+596%
Jul 202127154,000-11%171,195,000+676%
Jun 202122174,000-5%171,193,000-9%+586%
May 202123183,000-12%161,312,000-5%+617%
Apr 202129207,000-8%141,380,000-15%+567%
Mar 202115225,000-28%111,624,000-21%+622%
Feb 202116311,000-41%112,047,000-26%+558%
Jan 202113523,000+55%112,779,000+40%+431%
Dec 202019337,500-29%121,986,200-20%+489%
Nov 202017473,000-4%142,488,000-6%+426%
Oct 202011495,000+54%92,642,000+31%+434%
Sep 202015322,000102,012,000+525%

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Comments (8)

  1. Karen WarringtonKaren Warrington
    Aug 27, 2021 03:29 GMT

    Where is the outcry to help Haiti?


    I am sympathetic to the desperate plight of those American citizens and Afghans trying to get out of Taliban-controlled Afghanistan over 7,410 miles from the U.S. But it is hard to understand how the crisis in Haiti, less than 700 miles from Miami, is not receiving a near level of support and concern in the aftermath of the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that has left more than 2,000 people dead, 12,000 injured, and thousands homeless. Now our government tells us America has given Afghanistan a trillion dollars in its 20-year Afghanistan war. How would a portion of that have benefited our neighbor Haiti, which has been hit with one disaster after another, including an earthquake in 2010 that killed 200,000 and injured 300,000?

    Remember that in the late 1990s Haitians trying to escape poverty and government repression were interdicted at sea and returned to Haiti by our government while Cubans fleeing the Castro regime were welcomed to America. Additionally, today there are thousands of Haitian immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border who are seeking asylum and their stories are not being told. As a Black person, it is hard to reject the idea that Haitian tragedies are overlooked decade after decade because Haitians, in spite of their French names, are Black.

    We must demand that America do better to support our Haitian Western Hemisphere neighbors suffering just miles from our shores.

    Karen Warrington, Philadelphia

  2. STEVESTEVE
    Dec 24, 2020 04:11 GMT

    I always watch Brian Williams, a very solid veteran with wry humor and a great voice. I follow with the brilliant Rachel Maddow. I learn a lot from them, especially during this traumatic era.

    1. BruceBruce
      Feb 5, 2021 15:15 GMT

      There is no one on the planet better than Rachel when it comes to news! Check out her Wikipedia page to see her accolades. Did you all she has her doctorate?

  3. mary loumary lou
    Mar 13, 2021 11:58 GMT

    The. 11 th Hour is the true way to finish the day. He has a sense of humor that helps to put the news in the right perspective.

    1. David J CambraDavid J Cambra
      Mar 19, 2021 10:37 GMT

      Yeah, then some Colbert, Seth Meyers and a movie, cple series shows...

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