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Former  host Chris Wallace's new  celebrity talk show that featured him belting out tunes with country darlin' Shania Twain tanked in the ratings during the show's debut.<br>The new show, 'Who's Talking to Chris Wallace?' premiered on Sunday night at 7pm, but, according to early Nielsen ratings it doesn't look like many people were watching the first episode.<br>Viewership was down a staggering 29% from from the 2022 average for the 7pm time slot online mudah menang [ https://maps.google.co.ke/url?q=https://heylink.me/slot-gacor-mudah-menang/ ] EST, according to the latest television ratings from Nielsen Media Research.<br>Sunday night's program was only watched by 401,000 viewers. And, in the advertiser-coveted demographic- ages 25 and 54 - only 44,000 of viewers tuned in, Nielsen reported. That figure is 64% off of the average for that hour,  reported.   <br>      (image:  )    Former Fox News host Chris Wallace new CNN celebrity talk show, 'Who's Talking to Chris Wallace?' featured him belting out tunes with country darlin' Shania Twain tanked in the ratings during the shows debut on Sunday at 7 pm<br>      (image:  )    The legendary broadcaster known for talking politics new talk show revolves around Wallace speaking with high-profile names in the sports, entertainment, arts and culture industry <br>      (image:  )    Wallace's new show was slated to air on CNN plus but the streaming service was halted less than month after its launch, a decision under the network's new leadership. Chris Licht (pictured) Chairman and CEO, CNN Worldwide speaks onstage during the Warner Bros. Discovery Upfront 2022 show at The Theater at Madison Square Garden May 18, 2022 in NYC <br>The network attributes the lower rating to dual streaming on HBO Max. The show streams on HBO Max three days before it airs on CNN and 'it doesn't follow a typical linear distribution model so its success won't be determined like one,' a source at the network said, the news outlet reported. <br>Both CNN and HBO Max are owned by Warner Bros. Discovery. <br>  RELATED ARTICLES                                                                      Share this article                  Share                                  'Live domestic TV viewers represent only a fraction of its intended audience,' the source said. <br>According to a spokesperson for CNN, 'Who's Talking?' premiered on HBO Max on Friday with three episodes and was promoted throughout the weekend to HBO Max's massive subscriber base, The New York Post reported. <br>They network rep also said that 'CNN viewers also had the opportunity to view the best moments from the HBO Max episodes on Sunday night.'<br> 'We're thrilled with the launch and Chris's news-making interviews,' the spokesperson said.<br>'Who's Talking?' is also simulcast on CNN International, reaching an additional 350 million households around the world.'<br>The legendary broadcaster, whose father was the late Mike Wallace of '60 Minutes,' had been the host of 'Fox News Sunday,' for decades. <br>His new weekday talk show revolves around interviews with celebrities, and those in sports, entertainment, arts and culture field, and goes beyond politics what Wallace has been known for. <br>The show's launch was scheduled to air on CNN+, but the streaming service was halted less a month — a decision made under the network's new leadership.<br>Upcoming shows features Wallace interviewing Hollywood actor and producer Tyler Perry and newly retired Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.<br>      (image:  )    Chris Wallace attends the CNN+ Launch Event at PEAK NYC Hudson Yards on March 28, 2022 in New York City.<br>      (image:  )    CNN+ host Chris Wallace gets in 'heated' exchange with 1619 Project author Nikole Hannah-Jones as he challenges her claim that the 'Greatest Generation brutally suppressed democracy for black people'<br>      (image:  )  'I'm honoring the people who made me who I am': Tyler Perry defends his smash hit Madea character from Spike Lee's old criticism it promotes negative stereotypes during Chris Wallace interview<br>The merger between Warner Bros. and Discovery, CEO David Zaslav cut costs at CNN, which has consistently trailed Fox News and MSNBC in the ratings race, a report said.      <br>Wallace had been at the Fox News Network for 18 years covering some of the biggest political events in the country, and interviewing US leaders and dignitaries.<br>Hours after he announced he was leaving Fox News, he issued a statement saying he was 'honored and delighted to join Jeff Zucker and his great team,' RadarOnline reported. <br>But, when Jeff Zucker g              DM.later('bundle', function()        DM.has('external-source-links', 'externalLinkTracker');    );
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