Fox News on Monday morning announced a massive overhaul of its daytime and early primetime weekday lineup, with several anchors facing ostensible demotions—losing their solo hosting duties or moving to a less-viewed time slot—amid ratings struggles following the 2020 election.
Among the many changes set to take effect on January 18, Fox will move anchor Martha MacCallum out of the 7 p.m. hour and into the 3 p.m. midday slot, replacing her early primetime news broadcast with an opinion-focused show with a host to be named later. Elsewhere, anchors Dana Perino and Bill Hemmer will lose their early afternoon solo broadcasts and join together in the 9-11 a.m. hours to co-anchor a rebooted America’s Newsroom.
“This new powerful lineup ensures FOX News Media will continue to deliver outstanding coverage for our viewers who depend on the most trusted names in the business.” Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott said in the announcement.
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