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Trying it out in a new, more competitive time slot of 8pm, Anderson Cooper 360 finishes fourth among other cable news programs.
That's 162,000 viewers in the target demographic of 25-52 year olds with 502,000 total.
It's okay, Anderson. People just need to update themselves on the time change!
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If we didn't love Anderson Cooper before, we sure as hell do now!
Last night on AC360, Anderson inducted Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag onto his RidicuList. We couldn't even begin to be as clever as he was with his schtick, so rather than even try, we'll just share it with you so you can join in on the laughs!
Watch as Anderson SLAMS Speidi in the clip (above).
There really is nothing seksier than a man who in the same breathe an argue the war in Iraq and the downfall of fake celebrities.
Last month, Eliot Spitzer's ratings on CNN were NOT doing so hot, and it was looking like he might lose his show if he didn't figure something out.
Unfortunately for Eliot, it appears that he wasn't able to bring in more viewers, and his show has officially been cancelled.
Starting Aug 8, instead of
Did we just see our beloved Silver Fox turn red?!
Check out this HIGHlarious clip from last night's Anderson Cooper 360, during which the anchor was discussing the Marg Helgenberger/Justin Bieber drama with British news correspondent Isha Sesay when the show's technical director pulled one hell of a prank that we really insist you see for yourself (above)!
Here's hoping nobody actually got fired!
We're sure that it was embarrassing, but hey! You gotta respect a well-done prank!
P.S. FIERCE outfit, boy! LOLz!
Goodness! He just can't seem to catch a break this year, can he?
Anderson Cooper and his CNN crew - along with various other news outlets - were forced to evacuate the area near the Fukushima nuclear plant yesterday, after they realized that the series of explosions released dangerous levels of radiation!
Latest on nuke emergency. We're doing 2 hour #ac360 from 10p to 12p live from #japan
Due to safety concerns we are leaving this area an therefore not live for the second hour
Finally found enough fuel, now am trying to drive north away from possible nuclear problems
Thinking about the people still working at the fukushima daiichi nuclear plant. What bravery.
100s nuke workers evacuated from fukushima daiichi plant but some 50 remain trying to cool reactors. I pray for them
we think iodine is only if you've been exposed to radiation, not something you take protectively. We hope we haven't been exposed
Glad that they got out of there when they did, and hopefully our Silver Fox and his crew aren't in any danger of radiation!
Our thoughts are also with the brave workers risking their lives by staying at the power plant. Stay safe and best of luck!
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As the violence rises in Egypt, Anderson Cooper and his 360 crew have moved to an undisclosed location where they taped Thursday night's show from a dimly lit room.
In this clip (above), Anderson says he's "a little bit scared" for his and his crew's safety and doesn't "really know what the next few hours will hold" for not only his crew, but for the people of Egypt. He continues:
"I can't tell you where we are, frankly for our own safety. Systematically, we have seen journalists attacked…we would like to be showing you instead of…this strange image of us sitting on the floor of an undisclosed location in dim lighting, we would like to be showing you pictures, live pictures, of what's happening in Liberation Square right now, but we can't do that because our cameras have systematically been taken down through threats, through intimidation, through actual physical attacks."
During the segment Anderson shows video footage of violent attacks in Liberation Square.
We warn you, some of the footage is very graphic and very hard to watch.