Fox News Shakeup: Watters & Ingraham on the Rise, Gutfeld Unleashes Laughs in Primetime!

Fox News, America’s premier news network, has announced major changes to its primetime lineup, much to the delight of its loyal conservative viewers. Although we are all saddened by the departure of Tucker Carlson, the network is excited to unveil a fresh, dynamic new lineup that is sure to continue delivering the best coverage on American issues.

The new timeslots, which take effect on July 17th, will see Jesse Watters, one of the network’s most popular hosts, take over Carlson’s former 8 p.m. slot. Meanwhile, Laura Ingraham, who has been crushing cable ratings in her 10 p.m. ET slot for years, will now take over the primetime “kickoff” slot at 7 p.m. It goes without saying that Ingraham’s new time slot is a clear sign that the network values her invaluable insights and commentary on the issues that matter most to the American people.

The ever-popular Greg Gutfeld and his must-see comedy show will be moving from the late-night time slot of 11 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sharp-witted and hilarious, Gutfeld is a Fox News mainstay whose show is the perfect combination of poignant commentary and unabashed humor. Finally, we have Sean Hannity, who will remain in his long-standing spot at 9 p.m. ET.

The shakeup, which comes in the wake of longtime resident liberal co-host Geraldo Rivera’s departure from “The Five,” showcases the network’s commitment to delivering the best news coverage and analysis. As a result, we can expect to see more fresh faces as the network broadens its horizons and explores new ways of bringing American voices to the forefront.

According to Carlson’s biographer Chadwick Moore, nine Fox News employees have joined Carlson’s new venture since he was bizarrely pulled off the air. This news should come as no surprise, as Tucker’s former team members have often been praised for their professionalism, dedication, and loyalty during their time at Fox News.

The changes to the lineup represent yet another pivot from the network, which has been reeling ever since Carlson’s departure. But Fox News is determined to stay ahead of the game, and with its new primetime lineup, we are sure to see a continued promise of unrivaled coverage on the issues that matter most to conservatives across the country.

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