Fox Business Network is ending its “Kennedy” show at 7 p.m. and will replace it with reruns of “Kudlow” beginning next week, reports Michael Malone of Broadcasting & Cable.
Malone reports, “Kudlow airs in the 4 p.m. weekday slot. The host, who was assistant to the president for economic policy and director of the National Economic Council under President Trump, joined Fox Business in 2021.
“Kennedy host Montgomery will remain at Fox News Media, popping up on other programs, including Outnumbered and The Five, to discuss news, politics and pop culture. She also hosts the Fox News podcast ‘Kennedy Saves the World’ and is currently on a comedy tour with Jimmy Failla of Fox News Radio.
“Lisa Kennedy Montgomery joined Fox Business Network as a contributor in 2012 and Kennedy launched in 2015. She got her start in television as a VJ on MTV in 1992.”
Read more here. Fox Business is also ending “Wall Street Journal at Large with Gerry Baker,” which aired on Fridays.