Celebrity Anchor Shannon Bream Named As Host of Fox News Sunday Show

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Celebrity anchor Shannon Bream, has been chosen to take over after Chris Wallace, the longtime co-anchor of the Fox News politics and public affairs programme “Fox News Sunday,” exited the network for CNN. Bream will be the first female correspondent to anchor the programme in its 26-year history. As of September 11, she will officially be a part of the programme, according to Fox News on Thursday. Until a permanent successor is named, a rotating group of journalists will serve as guest hosts on Bream’s current programme, the “Fox News @ Night,” which airs at midnight.

The new anchor covered major news throughout Washington for 15 years at Fox News. According to the agency, Bream’s workdays over-delivered the show’s 2021 average by 20%. The age group most coveted by advertisers in news programming, between 25 and 54, increased significantly as a result of some of her appearances on “Fox News Sunday.” For nearly two decades, Wallace has served as the anchor of “Fox News Sunday,” a serious journalism-focused alternative to Fox News’ conservative primetime opinion shows. Wallace had a talent for poking and prodding guests from both sides of the political spectrum, and his demeanor on-air made him a contender to moderate a few presidential debates.

Additionally, Bream has worked to provide journalism to Fox News viewers who tune in at night for trending topics. Her “Fox News @ Night” programme, which debuted in 2017 at 11 p.m., served as the daily news wrap-up for the cable network owned by Fox Corp. Bream’s show was moved back an hour when Fox News premiered “Gutfeld” at 11 p.m. as a counter to popular late-night programming. 

Bream has interviewed prominent figures during her time at Fox News, including Justice Neil Gorsuch, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. She oversaw the network’s late-night coverage of the war in Ukraine in the months of February and March of this year, giving viewers real-time updates as Russian forces invaded the nation in an expanded breaking newscast. 

The celebrity host, who also serves as the chief legal correspondent, has covered every significant Supreme Court of the United States decision since joining in 2007. She will continue her role as the chief legal correspondent of the network.

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