Fox News Channel pulled in its highest-ever prime-time viewership for a Saturday night covering President Trump's rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with 6.7 million Nielsen-measured viewers for the 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. time slot.
Fox News was much higher than its two main cable TV news network competitors -- with CNN at 2.2 million and MSNBC at 2.1 million for the same time period.
Fox News also led among the key 25-54 news viewers that major brand advertisers favor, at 1.4 million.
CNN came in at 550,000, followed by MSNBC with 338,000.
The actual live event pulled in around 6,200 in attendance at the Bank of Oklahoma venue, according to the Tulsa Fire Department -- well below the more than 20,000 expected to fill up the arena on Saturday night -- due to COVID-19 and other concerns, according to analysts.
By way of comparison, looking at prime-time viewing for the most recent month of May, Fox grew 44% to 3.4 million viewers versus the same month in 2019. MSNBC was 16% higher to 1.9 million viewers and CNN was 117% higher to 1.7 million.