Fox News Announces Replacement for Chris Wallace

New Woman Taking Over for Chris Wallace on Fox News

Fox News REPLACEMENT Announcement – It’s Official

( – For 26 years, Americans have watched various men host “Fox News Sunday” as they recap hot topics for their listeners and provide commentary about the state of our nation. However, a woman will now take the coveted anchor spot on the network.

On Thursday, August 11, Fox announced it would move journalist Shannon Bream from her current “Fox News @ Night” role to the primetime Sunday Night spot. Her first day on the job will be September 11.

Bream began her career by anchoring at various local stations in Florida, North Carolina, and Washington, DC. She also practiced law with a focus on discrimination and sexual harassment, according to Fox. She eventually transitioned to work for Fox News, a network she has now been with since 2007. Currently, she is the Fox’s chief legal correspondent, and will continue to hold that position even with her new show.

The veteran anchor is helping to fill the vacant spot left by Chris Wallace after he left “Fox News Sunday.” Bream took to Twitter on August 13 to express her excitement about the new job, typing out an entire thread about how her previous experiences have helped her make it this far.

Will you be tuning in for her first night?

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