Saturday, July 30, 2005

Good News & Bad News

The good news is that Tucker Carlson's new show on MSNBC has tanked so badly, it's being moved out of prime time. He'll be on at 11:00 p.m. opposite Jon Stewart. I love the irony! - MSNBC dumps Carlson from prime-time slot: "MSNBC will shift Tucker Carlson's low-rated talk show out of prime-time in much of the country ... with ex-Fox News Channel anchor Rita Cosby filling his time slot."
The bad news is that they're filling Carlson's prime time spot with someone I've never heard of - someone they got from Faux Snooze. Tivo used to record programs on Faux for me until I remembered to put 3 thumbs down on them before deleting them.

Here's some more good news. Keith Olbermann is kicking Chris Matthews' butt in the ratings. Hardball used to be MSNBC's top rated show.