Fox News' "Outnumbered," which premiered two years ago this month, offers an upbeat and quirky couch conversation about current events and pop culture trends. The show features five panelists, four of whom are women and #OneLuckyGuy who sits in the middle every day. Andrea Tantaros, Harris Faulkner, and Sandra Smith serve as the show's hosts. Townhall's own Katie Pavlich is one of the show's original alternating co-anchors and Guy Benson has been the #OneLuckyGuy several times. Other brave souls have included "The O'Reilly Factor's" Bill O'Reilly, Kiss lead singer Gene Simmons, actor Dean Cain and even Tommy Chong.
It turns out the show is pretty popular among Millennials. A new report reveals the program has outpaced its competitors to become the No. 1 show among 25-54 year-olds in the noon time slot.
Outnumbered beat its direct competitors––CNN’s Legal View and MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports––with higher numbers in the total and demo than both of them combined. The daytime show got 1.467 million viewers and 346K in the 25-54 demographic.
Congratulations to the Outnumbered team!