Fox News records highest November ratings in its history

The network had the top four cable news programs among both adults in general and viewers 25-54, according to a statement from Fox. The network had 3.9 million primetime viewers and surpassed 10 million total viewers for six telecasts in November.

Several of the network’s primetime opinion programming had their best-rated month among viewers 25-54 ever, including “Hannity,” “The Ingraham Angle” and “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” according to the statement.

The network led both CNN and MSNBC in both total primetime viewers, with 3.93 million. It also led MSNBC in growth from last November, growing 41 percent compared to MSNBC’s 29 percent and CNN’s 180 percent. MSNBC, however, led Fox in total day viewer growth, increasing 32 percent from last November compared to 22 percent for Fox. CNN led both in total day growth as well, increasing 135 percent from last November.