- The Washington Times - Monday, April 5, 2021

There’s a significant change on Monday for Fox News host Greg Gutfeld — who has drawn more viewers to his after-hours weekend show than his late-night broadcast rivals on NBC, CBS and ABC, according to multiple Nielsen ratings reports. Mr. Gutfeld will now appear on Fox News five nights a week in a new program simply dubbed “Gutfeld!” — increasing the network’s original weekday programming to 21 hours per day.

The change takes effect on Monday.

“If you cannot tell the other late night shows apart, join the club. They’re as bland as string cheese and not nearly as appetizing. It’s the same jokes, the same assumptions, probably the same writers, all reading the same columns from the same hacks in the New York Times,” Mr. Gutfeld said in a statement.

“So we aren’t going to be like them. If you want something different, from those who are not afraid to take a risk and call out hypocrisy on all sides, check out Gutfeld! And if you don’t, no hard feelings — although I will hate you forever,” the always-ready host quipped.

The new show airs Monday through Friday at 11 p.m. ET. Mr. Gutfeld will continue to co-host “The Five” on Fox News as well “The One with Greg Gutfeld,” a Fox News Audio podcast. Prior to joining the network in 2007, Mr. Gutfeld was the editor-in-chief of Men’s Health, Stuff and Maxim magazines.



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