Megyn Kelly’s NBC program ended in October, but she has now truly signed off from the network. The colorful anchor and NBCUniversal have officially come…
Megyn Kelly’s NBC program ended in October, but she has now truly signed off from the network.
The colorful anchor and NBCUniversal have officially come to terms on her exit from the company, ending a frenetic chapter in TV-industry history and starting, perhaps, a new round of speculation about what she might do next.
“The parties have resolved their differences, and Megyn Kelly is no longer an employee of NBC,” NBC News said in a statement Friday.
NBC in October cancelled her morning talk program, Megyn Kelly Today after she opened one broadcast that month with a discussion of Halloween costumes and wearing blackface that drew criticism not only on social media, but also from NBC News colleagues including Al Roker and Craig Melvin. The decision brought to an end a fizzling experiment that matched the former Fox News anchor known for an outsized on-screen presence to a format best known for lighter fare.
Since that time, NBC News has aired a more traditional third hour of Today, anchored by Today personalities such as Craig Melvin, Dylan Dreyer, Al Roker, and Sheinelle Jones.

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