Greg Gutfeld
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Most observers of Fox News Channel associate it with Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity or Laura Ingraham. But Gutfeld has, not so quietly, become a key contributor at the Fox Corp.-backed outlet. He leads the 11 p.m. program “Gutfeld!” which tries to dish out humor along with a nightly roundtable discussion. In August, “Gutfeld!” had its highest-­rated month since debuting in April 2021 and, also that month, finished as the most watched late-night show in all of broadcast and cable, topping CBS’ “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” He’s a founding contributor to “The Five,” the 5 p.m. panel show that has become the most watched show on the Fox News schedule. That puts Gutfeld front and center in two efforts that offer a new spin on the network’s opinion formats.




  • University of California–Berkeley (CA, USA)

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Fox News Draws Late-Night Comedy Crowd With 'Gutfeld!'

Fox News Draws Late-Night Comedy Crowd With 'Gutfeld!'

Fox News has drawn a big crowd for years with shows that skewer liberals and the perceived excesses of the left.Now the cabler is seeing strong returns for its experiment with Greg Gutfeld as host of a comedy-oriented 11 p.m. hour that blends roundtable discussion, sketches and Gutfeld's pointed monologues in a "Daily Show"-meets-"Politically Incorrect" format.Recent episodes have featured Gutfeld and guests railing against familiar culture war topics like "wokesters" questioning traditions in math, the concept of gender fluidity and...


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