NEW YORK (AP) – Former Fox News and NBC personality Megyn Kelly will host a live weekday talk show on SiriusXM this fall, building on a successful podcast.
“The Megyn Kelly Show” airs for two hours at noon and shows Kelly’s viewpoints on the top stories of the day as well as calls and interviews from listeners, the satellite media company said on Tuesday.
The show premieres on September 7th and the deal she has made means her radio show will be available to her podcast listeners after it premieres on SiriusXM.
“My team and I were grateful that our show became one of the most successful podcasts in America in less than a year – proof that there is a thirst for open, honest, and meaningful conversation about current events,” said Kelly Kelly in an opinion.
Kelly was a star at Fox and helped moderate five presidential debates, then became anchor of the third hour of “Today.” But her time at NBC was short-lived; Kelly was removed in 2018 after defending blackface Halloween costumes.