Megyn Kelly continues to have a rough time over on NBC. Ever since Kelly left Fox News for NBC, the anchor has failed to acquire big numbers in her time slot on The Today Show. More often than not she attracts more negative attention than she does viewers, a factor that is hurting her show this month. It's no secret that Kelly has been struggling in the ratings, but the latest Nielsen data proves that things haven't gotten any better. Currently, Kelly is on track to deliver historically low sweeps numbers for The Today Show.
The data is in and November could be a bad month for Megyn Kelly and her 9 a.m. segment of The Today Show. Even though the month isn't over yet, according to The Wrap, Kelly is on track to deliver historically low numbers for the November sweeps period. Her show has only acquired 699,000 views in the coveted 25-54 year old demographic. In the 18-49 demographic, that number decreases to 548,000 daily viewers. Overall, the show logged 2.296 million viewers on average. This means that if things stay where they are, not only will Kelly have historically low sweeps numbers, but she'll have the lowest sweeps numbers of any period since the Todayfranchise first claimed the 9 a.m. hour in 2000.