Fox News’s Geraldo Rivera Steps Down as Co-Host of The Five
Exciting news from the world of Fox News! Geraldo Rivera, the beloved co-host of the network’s hit show The Five, has announced that he will be stepping down from his role. But don’t worry, Rivera isn’t leaving Fox News completely. He will still be serving as a “correspondent at large” for the channel.
“Morning, it’s official, I’m off @TheFive. My last scheduled show appearances are Thursday and Friday June 29th and 30th. It’s been a great run and I appreciate having had the opportunity. Being odd man out isn’t always easy,” he tweeted.
The Five, which boasts a stellar lineup of permanent hosts including Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino, Jesse Watters, and Jeanine Pirro, has seen some changes in recent years. Rivera joined the program as the token left-leaning host after Juan Williams’s departure in 2021. Other hosts, such as Jessica Tarlov and Harold Ford Jr., have also taken turns filling the slot.
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While Rivera’s departure may be bittersweet for fans of The Five, the show continues to dominate the cable news landscape. In fact, during the first quarter of 2023, The Five achieved the impressive feat of being the most-watched cable news program for the sixth consecutive quarter. With an average of nearly 3.26 million total viewers per episode, it’s clear that The Five has struck a chord with audiences.
As of now, a representative for Fox News has not responded to the Washington Examiner’s request for comment. But one thing is for sure – The Five will continue to captivate viewers with its engaging discussions and diverse perspectives.
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