Fox News Blows Up Primetime Tonight To Focus On Hurricane Sandy

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By Alex Weprin Comment

Fox News Channel is blowing up its primetime programming to provide coverage of Hurricane Sandy’s landfall. “Hannity” will air as normal at 9 PM, but every other program is affected by the changes. There will be live coverage going through tomorrow morning, where “Fox & Friends” will pick things up.

Tonight’s lineup:

“Fox Report” 7-9pm
“Hannity” 9pm
“On the Record” 10-midnight
America’s News Headquarters special coverage of Monster Storm,” co-anchored by Gregg Jarrett and Heather Childers midnight to 4am
“Fox and Friends First” will begin again at 4am tomorrow
“Fox and Friends” 6-9am

After the jump, an update on where some of FNC’s correspondents are.

Rick Leventhal- Point Pleasant Beach Peter Doocy, Doug McKelway and Kelly Wright- Rehoboth, Delaware
Anna Kooiman and Jonathan Hunt- Long Beach, Long Island
Elizabeth Prann, Outerbanks, North Carolina
Steve Centanni- covering travel at National Airport in Washington D.C.
Molly Line, Connecticut