'Ronan Farrow Daily' and 'Reid Report' Axed by MSNBC

Ronan Farrow and Joy-Ann Reid will have new roles at MSNBC after their shows are shelved by the cable news network.

AceShowbiz - MSNBC cancels "Ronan Farrow Daily" and "The Reid Report", The Hollywood Reporter learns. Veteran anchor Thomas Roberts will take over the two-hour block from 1 P.M. to 3 P.M., making him leave his 5:30 A.M. program "Way Too Early".

Until a permanent replacement is found, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski are expected to take up the vacant slot by starting their 6 A.M. program "Morning Joe" a half-hour early. The change will reportedly start on March 2.

Although their shows are canned, Ronan Farrow and Joy-Ann Reid will stay at the cable news network. The former will get interview-driven primetime specials and the latter will produce original reporting for all platforms and make regular appearances on the primetime block.

The "Farrow Daily" and the "Reid Report" are reportedly not the only ones getting axed. According to The Daily Beast, the 8 P.M. "All In" host Chris Hayes will be replaced by the 9 P.M. host of "The Rachel Maddow Show".

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