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Mark Levin’s Fox News Show Dominates Sunday Night Cable Competition, Moves Up to 8 p.m.

By Craig Bannister | November 5, 2019 | 4:51pm EST
Mark Levin (Getty Images/Saul Loeb)

Mark Levin’s Fox News Channel program, which dominated Sunday night cable news despite its 10 p.m. air time, has been rewarded with a new time slot.

Next Sunday, the hour-long “Life, Liberty and Levin” will move up two hours to 8 p.m., The Hill reported Tuesday:

Fox News will move Mark Levin's Sunday night program from 10 p.m. to 8 p.m. starting this weekend as part of several changes to its lineup, The Hill has learned.

"Life, Liberty and Levin," which premiered in February 2018, has been a top-performing program from a ratings perspective for the network on Sunday nights. The program delivered more than 1.43 million viewers last weekend and was the most-watched program in cable news on Sunday night, topping rivals CNN and MSNBC.

In addition to being an iconic conservative commentator, Levin is also a nationally-syndicated radio host, Constitutional scholar, and author. His most recent book, "Unfreedom of the Press," was his fifth number one nonfiction book on The New York Times bestseller list.



 

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