Fox News Channel’s New Daytime Lineup Showcases Harris Faulkner, Dana Perino, Sandra Smith

Haris Faulkner Dana Perino Sandra Smith
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Fox News Channel has unveiled daytime lineup changes that will kick in on Monday, October 2.

Harris Faulkner will anchor a new program at 1 PM ET called Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner, which originally debuted as a weekday web show led by Faulkner following the TV version.

Dana Perino will host a news and analysis program called The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino at 2 PM ET – which just happens to be an hour often dominated by White House press briefings and other breaking news from Washington.

And Sandra Smith will permanently join Bill Hemmer in co-anchoring America’s Newsroom at 9 AM ET, the network made official.

Faulkner and Smith will continue on Outnumbered at noon, joined by rotating panelists. Jon Scott will continue to helm Happening Now, now at 11 AM; Shepard Smith Reporting and Your World with Neil Cavuto stick in their respective 3 PM and 4 PM time periods.

Here is FNC’s new daytime schedule (all times ET):

9-11 AM: America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer and Sandra Smith

11 AM-noon: Happening Now with Jon Scott (and rotating co-anchor)

Noon-1 PM: Outnumbered

1-2 PM: Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner

2-3 PM: The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino

3-4 PM: Shepard Smith Reporting

4-5 PM: Your World with Neil Cavuto

Faulkner joined FNC in 2005 as a correspondent and has served as co-anchor of Outnumbered since it launched in 2014. Previously, she served as anchor of the Sunday edition of The Fox Report.

Perino serves as co-host of FNC’s The Five, airing weekdays at 9 PM.  She joined the network in 2009 as a contributor. Perino is also co-host of the podcast, Perino & Stirewalt: I’ll Tell You What, alongside FNC’s politics editor Chris Stirewalt. Prior to joining FNC, Perino served as White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush.

Sandra Smith joined Fox Business Network as a reporter in October 2007 and was named as co-anchor of FNC’s Outnumbered when it launched in 2014.

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