Correspondent Tucker Carlson bound to Overtake Megyn Kelly's 9 p.m. Time Slot on Fox News Channel!

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Correspondent Tucker Carlson bound to Overtake Megyn Kelly's 9 p.m. Time Slot on Fox News Channel!

With the inclining performance appraisal from the show “Tucker Carlson Tonight” aired at 7 pm, host Tucker Carlson is changing his play time from 7 pm to 9 pm.  After host Megyn Kelly had announced her resignation from the Fox Network, the vacant time slot got allotted to Tucker Carlson.  The show will be aired after the top rated show Bill O'Reilly's show “ The O'Reilly Factor” from Monday and will get broadcasted from the FNC’s Washington, D.C. bureau.

Since November 2016, the show has been one of the most talked and desired program in the network after its record breaking accomplishment. The show gained its popularity when Tucker adopted the anti-Trump ideology followed by intense discussion and analysis with the guests ventured from the political and cross-cultural background.

Caption: Carlson reacts the unexpected win of Donald Trumph(2016). 

The demography of the show drastically changed when host Carlson took the step of acknowledging the sentiments of the Americans blown by such win. Through his show, Carlson wiped the fog on the theories spread by the reporters and political analyst on the triumph of the historic election 2016, of The United States of America. He said:

“All the explanations have particular things in common. They don't take voters seriously. So whether you believe that the Russians somehow rigged the system or you believe that demagoguery from the alt-right hypnotized somehow voters. Or if you think fake news hoodwinked them. All of these are ways of saying that voters didn't know what they were doing, voters weren't making a rational choice.”

With the might education Tucker received has made him combat for the truth and sincerity. Right before getting a time slot at 7 pm he was the co-host of the weekend show “Fox and Friends" and gave a special appearance at Sean Hannity aired at 10 pm. Before joining the Fox Network Carlson worked for the leading networks CNN and  MSNBC, while he is still is the co-founder of the website “The Daily Caller News.”