O'Reilly in 'Advanced Talks' About His Return to Cable

O'Reilly in 'Advanced Talks' About His Return to Cable
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Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly is reportedly eyeing a comeback on cable news, a little over a year after his ouster following the revelation that he and Fox News paid millions of dollars to settle sexual-harassment claims from women.

O'Reilly is reportedly in "advanced" talks to take an 8 p.m. slot — this time with Newsmax TV, a right-leaning network owned by Newsmax Media, according to Page Six. Newsmax streams for free online and is by CEO and editor-in-chief, Christopher Ruddy, who is also one of President Donald Trump's confidants.

In addition to O'Reilly, the network is also reportedly considering other former Fox News hosts, including Greta Van Susteren, and Eric Bolling; and former White House press secretary Sean Spicer, who could be making his debut on a late-night political panel show.

"The deals are not done yet, but talks are in the advanced stages, certainly with O'Reilly," a source told Page Six. "The thinking is, following a 6 p.m. news show, Greta would anchor the 7 p.m. hour, O'Reilly would be back at 8 p.m., and Bolling could smoothly continue on at 9 p.m.
 Source: Business Insider

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