April 11th, 2022
EDITORS NOTE: With the recent firing of both Chris Cuomo and his convicted pedophile producer, the resignation of Jeff Zucker, and Brian Stelter waiting for the ax to fall, it must cause onlookers to wonder about the future of the MSM as we knew it.
Rachel Maddow on Monday announced that she will step back from her MSNBC show next month with plans to only be on air one day per week.
She told her audience that starting in May, she will only present on Mondays and will oversee a broader range of NBCUniversal projects instead, Variety reported.
“I do still have all these other irons in the fire, all these other things I’m working on that I want to bring to fruition, none of them are fast, all of them take a long time, and I’m still working on all of them,” the MSNBC anchor told her audience on Monday.
The network has not yet announced a successor for “The Rachel Maddow Show.”
After 13 years with MSNBC, Maddow ended rumors of a split with the network in August when she renewed her contract.