Megyn Kelly's NBC Morning Show Gets Launch Date
The show will tape in front of a live studio audience.
Megyn Kelly's long-awaited morning show on NBC will debut on Sept. 25 and will be taped in front of a live studio audience, a network spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday.
Kelly and NBC, which lured her away from Fox News earlier this year with a lucrative contract offer, have a lot riding on the show. It will introduce Kelly to a new, daytime audience after more than a decade on Fox News.
The launch date news was first reported by Politico.
Kelly also has a Sunday evening newsmagazine show, which has settled down in recent weeks after her interview with conservative firebrand Alex Jones made national news and drew condemnation from those who opposed his being given a platform on the network.
While her Sunday show has been overseen by producers from the show Dateline, her 9 a.m. show will have a dedicated staff. So far, that includes executive producer Jackie Levin and co-executive producer Chris Cataldi. Both have previously worked on Today.