Fox News’ new fall lineup has a familiar face coming to late night: Laura Ingraham.
The conservative radio host will take over at 10 p.m., CNN reported Monday.
That move will push Sean Hannity back to 9 p.m. and “The Five” back to its 5 p.m. slot left empty after the cancelation of “Fox News Specialists,” following Eric Bolling’s firing. Bolling was fired after being accused texting his genitalia to female colleagues.
Tucker Carlson, who took Megyn Kelly’s time slot when she left for NBC in January, will presumably keep his 8 p.m. program. He was moved back an hour to replace Bill O’Reilly, who was fired in April amid allegations of sexual harassment, abuse and racial discrimination from former female co-workers.
Ingraham, a former speechwriter and advisor under the Reagan administration, has hosted her own national radio show since 2001 and also serves as editor-in-chief of online magazine LifeZette.
In January, she said on “Fox & Friends” that she was considering a run against Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.), but hasn’t spoken further about a campaign.
Ingraham, a prominent supporter of President Trump, made waves at the Republican National Convention in 2016 when she ended her speech with what appeared to be a Nazi salute.
A Fox News rep did not immediately return a request for comment.