Bill O’Reilly will return to Fox News Channel tonight for an interview with his former colleague Sean Hannity.
This will be O’Reilly’s first appearance on Fox News since he left network in April. That’s when Fox News executive chairman Rupert Murdoch announced in a note to staff on that O’Reilly, who was on vacation in Italy at the time, would be leaving the company effective immediately following “a thorough and careful review” of harassment allegations against him.
At the time of his departure O’Reilly was Fox’s No. 1 host and had cable news’s No. 1 show for more than a decade.
O’Reilly is promoting his new book Killing England. Last month he said he’d be going on Michael Smerconish‘s show on CNN. We’ve reached out to CNN to find out if that booking is still on.
Hannity’s show returned to its 9 p.m. ET Fox News timeslot last night with an interview with Steve Bannon. Tomorrow Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is a guest and on Thursday Hannity talks with Rush Limbaugh.