Laura Ingraham is in line for her own show on Fox News. CNN reports that there are talks underway between Ingraham and Fox executives, though nothing has been finalized.
Ingraham is a longtime contributor and fill-in host on the network. Her show could be part of a bigger-picture reshuffling of Fox’s highly rated schedule, writes CNN.
Matt Drudge, who is well-known amongst conservative media circles, tweeted on Monday about the potential changes.
FALL PREVIEW: Laura Ingraham’s prime time to shine! After years in the trenches, much deserved. pic.twitter.com/dW3iwSHm2H
— MATT DRUDGE (@DRUDGE) August 14, 2017
The network has been going through a multitude of changes. Megyn Kelly left for NBC in January, opening her 9 pm prime time spot to Tucker Carlson. In April, Bill O’Reilly was removed from the network amid a sexual harassment scandal. Now, Eric Bolling has been suspended due to accusations — which he has denied — that he sent lewd texts to a colleague.
Ingraham is a vocal Trump supporter and a popular radio talk show host. She also runs a conservative-themed “news and features site” called LifeZette.
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