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Greg Gutfeld, host of Fox News, attacks colleagues and gets a nightly show
Fox News / ScreenshotFox News is now dominated by right-wing opinion programs every evening from 7 p.m. to midnight. The network announced on Wednesday that Greg Gutfeld will postpone his weekend show of the same name to 11 p.m. on weekdays, pushing Fox News @ Night’s “Hard News” program, currently hosted by Shannon Bream until midnight. “People need a reason to laugh. Greg’s unique and irreverent talk show was an incredible hit, often beating the late-night broadcast contest despite the Saturday time window,” said Suzanne Scott, CEO of Fox News, in a statement. This seems like the perfect next step after the amazing success of the weekend show, thanks in large part to a great staff and management that allow the show to find its own unique path, ”added Gutfeld noted that a replacement for Gutfeld’s Saturday night programming, billed as “Comedic Hour with parodies of current events” will be announced at a later date. Gutfeld’s switch to weekdays has been rumored for weeks when the network changed its schedule in light of the sagging revised reviews, and the announcement came just a day after the self-proclaimed “comedian” signed up for Trum p started blowing up his own news colleagues during an on-air rant: “Before you say Trump undermined democracy by questioning the validity of an election, if you think that’s true, then also every anchor on MSNBC, every anchor on CNN and a couple of anchors here on Fox News who, with the Russian joke, undermined democracy for four damn years! Gutfeld said during an anti-impeachment rant during the Tuesday afternoon edition of the daily panel show The Five, which he co-hosts. Fox News host Greg Gutfeld pulls a 180 on Trump’s ‘Very Fine People’ in Charlottesville, now calling it a ‘hoax’ Last month he carelessly mocked Fox News host Chris Wallace for praising President Joe Biden’s inaugural address would have. Elsewhere, he was among the experts who chastised Fox’s decision-making body for the correct election night projection in which Biden won Arizona’s votes. During the Trump era, Gutfeld developed from a right-wing liberal critic of former President Donald Trump to one of his loudest sycophants in the network. After the ex-president’s decisive loss in the 2020 election, Gutfeld has believed Trump’s unfounded allegations that the election was “stolen,” suggesting at one point that the Democrats’ hatred of Trump was evidence that they were “cheating.” ” to have. And after the uprising in the rebel Capitol, he declared the Trump supporters “justified” in their distrust of the election results. Gutfeld’s switch to weekdays is the final step in the network’s revision of the weekday schedule. Last month, Fox moved Martha MacCallum’s newscast from 7 p.m. to 3 p.m. and replaced it with a right-wing opinion show. And now that Gutfeld runs Fox’s 11pm slot, the network will now have five hours of conservative commentary. Earlier this week, Lachlan Murdoch, CEO of Fox Corp., insisted that the network not push “further to the right” in an attempt to target disgruntled MAGA viewers who left the network after Biden’s election night projections : “We believe that we should be directed purposefully to the right,” Murdoch claimed this week. We don’t have to go any further to the right. We don’t believe America is going any further to the right and we are obviously not going to pan left. All of our major competitors are on the far left. “Fox News Cashes in on Harrowing Impeachment Trial Video For The Inane Ramblings of ‘The Five’ Read more on The Daily Beast. Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now! Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside delves deeper into the stories that matter to you. Learn more.