Fox News did not waste any time in shuffling their lineup with the departure of Bill O’Reilly. The change isn’t as newsworthy as when Tucker Carlson took over for Megyn Kelly, but it does represent a shift how they are prioritizing their lineup. Here is the new lineup: NEW FOX PRIMETIME: 5pm – Bolling7pm – Martha McCallum8pm – Tucker9pm – The Five10 – Hannity pic.twitter.com/92f5nEUFbp | Read MoreRead it at RedState
Fox News Insider reports:
MONDAY on Fox News: Tucker Moves to New Time, 'The Five' Goes to Primetime
Fox News Channel has a brand-new primetime lineup debuting on Monday, as Tucker Carlson Tonight moves to 8:00pm ET and "The Five" shifts to 9:00pm timeslot.
The Inquisitr reports:
With Bill O’Reilly Gone, Fox News Announces New Prime-Time Lineup
Now that Bill O’Reilly is officially gone from the network, Fox News wasted no time in reconfiguring its potent prime-time lineup.
CEO Rupert Murdoch and his sons officially announced in a memo today that Bill O’Reilly will not be returning to the Fox News Channel after the company investigated several sexual harassment charges that were swirling around him. O’Reilly is currently vacationing in Italy and was due to return to the anchor chair on April 24.
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Media Matters for America reports:
Fox News Rewards O’Reilly Minion Jesse Watters With Prime-Time Slot On The Five
Watters Gets Promoted To The Five As Part Of O’Reilly Shakeup
Watters Will Replace Eric Bolling When The Program Moves To 9 P.M. In light of O’Reilly’s dismissal from Fox News after numerous allegations of sexual harassment triggered an advertiser boycott, the network announced that Tucker Carlson’s program would move to O’Reilly’s 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time slot and The Five would move to 9 p.m., with Watters replacing Eric Bolling, who will debut a new 5 p.m. show. [Fox News press release,...