Earlier this week, Megyn Kelly shocked everyone by announcing that she is leaving Fox News for NBC News. Now, Fox has lost yet another legendary anchor to the NBC brand.
Daily Mail reported that Greta Van Susteren announced on Thursday that she will be joining MSNBC to host a daily news show in the 6pm time slot. In doing this, she will complete the hat trick of hosting shows on CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC.
Her new show is set to be called “For The Record,” which is very similar to the title of her Fox News show “On the Record.”
Van Susteren was with Fox News for over a decade before she left the network abruptly at the end of the summer following a financial disagreement. When she departed, she said Fox News no longer felt like home for her.
Van Susteren took to her Facebook page to confirm her move to MSNBC.
This came hours after Tucker Carlson, who took over Van Susteren’s 7pm time slot on Fox News in November, was moved to 9pm to replace Kelly. Martha MacCallum will spend the next three months hosting her own show in Van Susteren’s former spot.
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