Megyn Kelly’s Sunday night newsmagazine on NBC is ending after running for only eight episodes, but the show will return in the spring of 2018.
Megyn Kelly’s NBC newsmagazine hit a ratings low on Sunday night, according to Nielsen overnight data.
Megyn Kelly’s morning show is set to debut Sept. 25 on NBC, and the former Fox News primetime host will have a live studio audience for it.
Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly became a top target of President Donald Trump while he was the nomination front-runner after the first Republican primary debate in August 2015. Then-Breitbart editor in chief turned White House chief strategist Steve Bannon subsequently took aim at Kelly on his website.
NBC host Megyn Kelly’s controversial interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones that aired Sunday did poorly in the ratings, finishing last among the major networks in the second half-hour.
After Megyn Kelly faced criticism for her decision to interview conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, critics chose to praise the NBC host’s editors instead of her once the actual interview aired.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones on Thursday night leaked his phone calls with NBC host Megyn Kelly from their conversations prior to their controversial interview, which is set to air Sunday.
Families of Sandy Hook shooting victims are castigating NBC host Megyn Kelly for conducting an interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones that is set to air Sunday night.
The Sandy Hook Promise Foundation, a nonprofit founded by family members of some of the Sandy Hook shooting victims, dropped NBC’s Megyn Kelly as the host of its annual gala following her interview with Infowars’ Alex Jones.
Former journalist Chelsea Clinton attacked NBC’s Megyn Kelly on Twitter late Sunday night for interviewing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.