Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, James Corden, Trevor Noah and Samantha Bee sold funny for advocacy on Wednesday night and signed up with forces to sound the alarm on environment modification.
Going beyond the opening monologues, Kimmel had several environment researchers on his program, Meyers spoke with President Biden’s environment czar John Kerry and Colbert spoke openly with “Mother Earth.”
However, none topped Greg Gutfeld, whose program landed in the # 1 area with 1.89 million audiences.
Colbert’s “The Late Show” on CBS can be found in with almost 1.8 million audiences followed carefully by Fallon’s “The Tonight Show” on NBC with 1.79 million audiences. ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” came at a remote 4th location with 1.2 million audiences.
Meyers’ “Late Night” and Corden’s “The Late Show,” both of which air in the 12: 35 ET timeslot, stopped working to reach 1 million audiences, with the NBC program reaching 957,000 audiences while the CBS program tracked at 772,000
” Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” on TBS edged out Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” with 393,000 and 342,000 respectively.
Additionally, Gutfeld quickly beat his cable television news competitors. MSNBC’s “The 11 th Hour,” anchored by Brian Williams, landed simply 953,000 audiences while the 2nd hour of CNN’s “Don Lemon Tonight” stopped working to even reach 600,000 audiences.
Wednesday’s “Gutfeld!” had a vibrant lineup with Fox News factors Kat Timpf and Guy Benson, Fox Business host Dagen McDowell and “The Rubin Report” host Dave Rubin, along with an unique look by Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, who discussed with Gutfeld over whether which CNN anchor, Chris Cuomo or Don Lemon, is the “dumbest.”