Mark Levin’s new Fox News show “Life, Liberty & Levin” dominated Sunday night’s cable news ratings, leaving CNN and MSNBC in the dust. 

Premiering this past Sunday in the 10 p.m. EST slot, Levin’s show garnered more than 1.4 million total viewers and around 309,000 viewers in the key 25-54 year old demographic.

In that same time slot, CNN had a total of only 792,000 viewers and MSNBC had a measly 266,000 total viewers.

Covering the importance of the United States Constitution and freedom in America, Levin’s premiere was by far the most-watched cable news show in its time slot.

His Fox program will cover conservative philosophy and principles that are important to heartland Americans. It will feature topics such as government overreach, national security, immigration, and how establishment politicians operate from the swamp of Washington.

In his first show, Levin interviewed George Mason University Professor Walter Williams, who spoke about the consequences of the nation moving further and further away from the vision of the nation’s Founding Fathers.

Williams and Levin spoke about the importance of adhering to the U.S. Constitution and Amendments to ensure big government no longer tramples on the American people and state’s rights.

The hour-long program also notably resembled Levin’s highly rated radio show, which features in-depth interviews and powerful debate styles that cover consequential aspects of history and politics.

Despite being in a late time slot on Sunday night, Levin’s incredibly high ratings confirms Americans are still very interested in preserving the principals this nation was founded upon.

Rather than watch CNN and MSNBC’s continuous loop of Trump-Russia collusion theories, Americans appear to be very excited about Levin’s new show that covers the issues that really matter.

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Source: MediaEqualizer

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