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Levin's Fox Debut Draws 1.4M Viewers--at 10:00 PM Sunday

By Craig Bannister | February 28, 2018 | 9:36am EST
Mark Levin's Fox News television show debuts with 1.4 million viewers despite late Sunday timeslot. (Screenshot)

Talk radio giant Mark Levin’s Fox News Channel television program premiered over the weekend, drawing 1.4 million viewers despite its 10PM Sunday night time slot.

Life, Liberty & Levin  was the most-watched show in its time slot. Its debut episode also won the key 25-54 year-old demographic, Mediaite reports:

“Fox News’s newest series, Life, Liberty & Levin, debuted this past Sunday and led its 10 PM time slot in both total viewers (1.413 million) and the demo (309,000), ticking ahead of Patty Hearst (306,000) in the [25-54 year-old audience] demographic.”

Levin’s show addresses first principles and conservative philosophy, and will look at issues such as immigration, national security and government overreach.

In his first show, Levin interviewed economist and George Mason University Professor Walter Williams, who warned that the U.S. has betrayed the vision of the nation's Founding Fathers.

 

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