Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, James Corden, Trevor Noah and Samantha Bee traded in comedy for activism on Wednesday evening and joined forces to sound the alarm on local weather change.
Going past the opening monologues, Kimmel had a number of local weather scientists on his present, Meyers interviewed President Biden’s local weather czar John Kerry and Colbert spoke candidly with “Mom Earth.”
Nonetheless, none of them topped Greg Gutfeld, whose present landed within the #1 spot with 1.89 million viewers.
Colbert’s “The Late Present” on CBS got here in with almost 1.8 million viewers adopted carefully by Fallon’s “The Tonight Present” on NBC with 1.79 million viewers. ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Dwell!” got here at a distant fourth place with 1.2 million viewers.
Meyers’ “Late Evening” and Corden’s “The Late Late Present,” each of which air within the 12:35 ET timeslot, failed to achieve 1 million viewers, with the NBC program reaching 957,000 viewers whereas the CBS present trailed at 772,000.
“Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” on TBS edged out Comedy Central’s “The Every day Present” with 393,000 and 342,000 respectively.
Moreover, Gutfeld simply beat his cable information rivals. MSNBC’s “The eleventh Hour,” anchored by Brian Williams, landed simply 953,000 viewers whereas the second hour of CNN’s “Don Lemon Tonight” did not even attain 600,000 viewers.
Wednesday’s “Gutfeld!” had a energetic lineup with Fox Information contributors Kat Timpf and Man Benson, Fox Enterprise host Dagen McDowell and “The Rubin Report” host Dave Rubin, in addition to a particular look by Fox Information’ Tucker Carlson, who debated with Gutfeld over whether or not which CNN anchor, Chris Cuomo or Don Lemon, is the “dumbest.”