Megyn Kelly is staying put at SiriusXM.
The former Fox News anchor has inked a new multiyear deal to continue hosting The Megyn Kelly Show live on Sirius’ XM Triumph channel through the 2024 election and beyond. As part of the new pact, she will be conducting a longform interview with former president (and onetime sparring partner) Donald Trump for a special edition of the show on Sept. 14. This marks Kelly’s first sit-down with him since May 2016.
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“I’m thrilled to continue my relationship with the great people at SiriusXM who have been tremendously supportive of our show from the start,” Kelly said in a statement. “In an age where conversations are being stifled and news skewed to please the politics of only a small set of people, it is a privilege to work with a company that values free speech and open, respectful, elevated debate.”
To date, Kelly’s show — which launched in 2020 as a podcast via her production company Devil May Care Media — has featured conversations with major political figures including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, former Ambassador Nikki Haley, Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as well as senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio.
While Kelly has continued to generate headlines, she has been without a mainstream TV platform since departing Fox News in 2017. In the years since, she has publicly insisted that she’d prefer to be her own boss and run her own show, as she does with The Megyn Kelly Show. It is and will continue to be produced in collaboration with Red Seat Ventures.
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