Is Dana Perino’s Daily Briefing cancelled? The Fox News show has become a viewer favourite, with host Dana Perino giving updates on the day’s breaking news and the latest from Washington.
But is the show gone for good? Here’s what we know.
Who is Dana Perino?
Perino also appears as part of Fox News’ election coverage team.
Prior to working in TV, Perino worked in the President George W. Bush administration for seven years. She became the first Republican woman to take up the role of White House Press Secretary.
The first broadcast of The Daily Briefing With Dana Perino was on October 2 2017.
Is Dana Perino’s Daily Briefing cancelled?
In short: yes, Dana Perino’s Daily Briefing has been cancelled by Fox News.
However, the end of The Daily Briefing doesn’t mean the end of Dana Perino on Fox. Instead, Perino will be teaming up with Bill Hemmer to co-anchor a new morning newscast from 9am-11am.
Bill Hemmer’s solo show, Bill Hemmer Reports, has also been scrapped by the network.
Despite shows being cancelled, as well as taking up a new co-anchor spot, Perino’s roundtable discussion show The Five will be continuing.
The shake-up on Fox News is believed to be a result of a ratings dip following the US Presidential Election in November 2020.
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