Greta Van Susteren Reportedly Slips Into MSNBC 6 P.M. Time Spot
After all that hullaballoo over at FNC, Greta Van Susteren is making a quick and sudden return to cable news. According to Mirror sources, she’s getting a 6 p.m. time slot on MSNBC.
Van Susteren initially defended Roger Ailes after being accused of all that sexual harassment from ex-FNCer Gretchen Carlson that got him canned from the network. Van Susteren shockingly resigned from FNC in September. She had worked at the network for 14 years. The network didn’t let her say goodbye to her viewers. She didn’t exactly trash FNC, but she said the last several years hadn’t been a good fit for her.
Specially, she said things at FNC hadn’t “felt like home.”
Politico previously and recently rumored that she may flee to MSNBC.
As of late, fans on Twitter have literally been begging Van Susteren, who seems to be filling her time up with international road trips, to return to cable news.
And it looks like they’re getting their wish.
As of Mirror press time, Van Susteren did not return an email request for comment. Earlier Wednesday, she denied having signed anything formal with any network.
“I have signed no contract but if I do, I will move fast and get busy on tv-I am not one to sit around,” she wrote on Twitter.