The present has formally moved to MSNBC’s 1 p.m. ET time slot, however Sunday’s Meet the Press — which can be hosted by Chuck — stays unchanged.
When the 48-year-old took on the function of Meet the Press moderator in 2014, TV’s longest-running program was in unhealthy form. “I’m a custodian of this seat. It’s a privilege,” Chuck mentioned on the time, however confused that he didn’t need the present to finish with him occupying the chair.
Over a span of three years, NBC’s former chief White Home correspondent managed to get Meet the Press again as much as No. 1 following a 43 p.c drop in viewership throughout David Gregory’s tenure as host.
“There isn’t any one with an even bigger ardour for politics than Chuck,” President of NBC Information Deborah Turness said after the daddy of two joined the MTP workforce. “His distinctive capacity to ship that keenness with razor sharp evaluation and infectious enthusiasm makes him the proper subsequent era moderator of this beloved broadcast.”
She added, “Chuck will make sure that Meet the Press is the beating coronary heart of politics, the place the place newsmakers come to make information, the place the agenda is about.” It appears like weekends are his time to shine.
MTP Day by day airs weekdays at 1 p.m. ET on MSNBC.