KEEP MOVING UP, GREG! Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld edges out Fallon and Kimmel in late-night ratings wars.

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There’s a new king of late-night in the hotly-contested late-night TV wars — Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld, who says of his rivals, “While they cover their asses, we’ll just continue kicking them.”

Gutfeld averaged 2 million viewers over last week — when he took his NYC show on the road to Nashville — making his the second-highest-rated late-night show, topping NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” — who got an average of 1.5 million — and “ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live” at 1.4 million.

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He was only beaten by CBS’ Stephen Colbert who pulled in 2.2 million last week, according to Nielsen Media Research.

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But the irreverent host previously outpaced Colbert — whose show Gutfeld needled as “Sesame Street for Democrats” — on Sept. 29 with 2.1 million viewers, while his CBS rival had 1.9 million.


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