And now it's being reported that the aftershocks are continuing, as Greta Van Susteren, former host of Fox News's On the Record, is moving to MSNBC to host a show called-find something to grab onto-For the Record.
For the Record with Greta premieres Monday, Jan. 9 on MSNBC at 6 p.m. ET and will air at the same time Monday to Friday.
I hope the Fox audience comes over here", Van Susteren told Maddow, "I want to do a good job for MSNBC.
She will start on January 9, and the show will be based out of Washington D.C.
Van Susteren's new MSNBC show will "provide news coverage and analysis of the day's top headlines spanning politics and beyond", according to the network's release.
Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly said on Tuesday she would leave the channel and join Comcast unit NBC News.
In September, FNC announced abruptly that Van Susteren had had her last day on the network and senior political analyst Brit Hume was taking over her time slot, effective immediately, through the presidential election.
She's also looking forward to touching base with old colleagues in a new setting, as expressed on Twitter.
"I think that the MSNBC audience is going to like me".
And in the cable news shuffle, Fox News announced Thursday that Tucker Carlson, the former CNN "Crossfire" host who had recently begun hosting Fox News' 7 p.m. hour, will move to Kelly's prime 9 p.m. timeslot. Previously, Van Susteren spent more than a decade at CNN, where she served as a legal analyst and co-host of "Burden of Proof" and hosted the news program "The Point".
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Released a new teaser for "Beauty and the Beast"
We also know that Disney chose to create a new character for the film, piano named Kadenza voice which gave Stanley Tucci. A new TV spot just dropped in which Belle and her Beast captor/love interest get all kinds of flirty.