Stephanie Ruhle replaces Brian Williams – The Hollywood Reporter
MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle is set to succeed Brian Williams in the available 11pm slot.
In a report published by Axios on Wednesday night, Ruhle will be leaving her current 9am slot on the cable news channel, with the show now set to be dominated by top morning programming Good morning, Joe, currently broadcasting from 6 am to 9 am
Williams announced last November that he would be leaving NBCUniversal at the end of 2021 after nearly three decades with the company, leaving the hosting deal open.
MSNBC is in the process of revamping its roster following Williams’ pullout, the shift to streaming, and star host Rachel Maddow’s decision to leave her 9pm primetime show in favor schedule less intense TV broadcasts at some point in the near future, according to her new long-term agreement with the news network.
Earlier this month, MSNBC hired Symone Sanders, formerly the lead spokesperson for Vice President Kamala Harris, to host a variety of shows, including a weekend show on linear cable and a show on cable TV. its streaming platform, Selection.
In October, Jonathan Lemire, who was most recently White House Chief of Staff for the AP, took over the 5 a.m. position vacated by Kasie Hunt, who had left MSNBC for CNN. Lemire-fronted Too early also produced by Morning Joe team.