MSNBC quietly canceled its afternoon show "Live with Thomas Roberts" on Friday after it was on air for less than two years.
"Thomas was taken off of his [show] quietly," a source told Page Six. MSNBC decided not to announce Roberts' departure but the Page Six source confirmed his final show was last week.
The MSNBC host posted a message on his Facebook page Sunday morning to confirm the news and thank his viewers.
"I wanted you to hear directly from me … it is true I won't be keeping my current show weekdays on MSNBC. My last show was Thursday," Roberts wrote. "My colleagues are incredible people … and I am so proud of our team and our accomplishments."
Roberts began his afternoon hosting gig for MSNBC less than two years ago, replacing Ronan Farrow's low-rating two-hour show "Ronan Farrow Daily."
Roberts is in talks with MSNBC to take on a new role in 2017, according to Page Six. His contract runs through November of next year.