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Megyn Kelly ended tonight’s broadcast of her show “The Kelly File” with a message for her viewers, explaining her decision to move from Fox News to a new role at NBC News as a need for more “human connection.” “After more than a dozen years at Fox News I have decided to pursue a new challenge,” she said in a message delivered straight to the camera.
“This was a tough decision for me because I love this show, our staff, my crew, my colleagues here at Fox, and you. Those of you who wrote me the lovely handwritten notes asking about my kids.
NBC is expected to launch a new Sunday newsmagazine program anchored by Megyn Kelly in June, according to a person familiar with the situation, a move that begins to firm up the former Fox News star’s role with her new employer.
The new program is expected to feature Kelly as the lead of an ensemble of reporters, and will be supervised by two veteran NBC News producers who also lead the network’s venerable “Dateline.” David Corvo and Liz Cole have been the team overseeing that popular newsmagazine since 2011.
NBC News has rolled out new newsmagazine concepts twice in recent years.
“Rock Center,” which aired in primetime in 20, was designed to be a more serious counterpart to the true-crime narratives upon which so much of “Dateline” is built.
Of those, The Mysteries of Laura was canceled after two seasons, while The Carmichael Show has been renewed for a 13-episode 3rd season (and will be one of just two returning comedies for the network).
Available: NBC News Lester Holt offers a report of the day's major international and domestic news stories each weeknight.Kate Snow, who anchors NBC’s Sunday-night broadcast of “NBC Nightly News” and who recently stepped down from anchoring an hour at MSNBC, is expected to contribute to the new program.NBC News declined to make executives available to comment.Page Six previously reported details of Kelly’s new program.Kelly was formally freed from her contract with Fox News Channel earlier this month, accelerating the timeline under which she could start doing work for NBC News.