The first Uncensored broadcast, which included an interview with Donald Trump, increased by 300,000 viewers last night in the United Kingdom, tripling the competition from BBC News and Sky News, and bringing in 10 times the viewers of GB News.
A peak of roughly 400,000 people watched the hour-long episode that included more videos from the interview with the former POTUS, which was heavily teased by thes in the run-up to the first episode, and will air its second part tomorrow although it is expected to confirm the situation by which Trump stormed off.
Morgan's show improved by 133 percent from BBC News (130,000) and Sky News (110,000), while GB News, which launched less than a year ago, was only 33,000 for Mark Steyn's 8pm news show.
Uncensored made a dent in the mainstream channels, just behind BBC Two and Channel 4.
Diatribes from the former POTUS were prominent in the last few weeks, notably on President Biden's performance, the presidential race in Ukraine, and the possibility of conflict in Afghanistan. However, in the next few weeks, Morgan might be able to find a loyal audience or see viewership dissipate in a similar manner to GB News, although a well-watched Nigel Farage 7pm show has somewhat steadied that particular ship.
The ratings do not include viewers who watched the simulcast in the United States and Australia via Fox Nation and Sky News Australia. Morgan used to helm a CNN show but returned to the United Kingdom to host Good Morning Britain for six years last year. He was spooked off the set of the show due to a row over his remarks about Meghan Markle's mental health.