"The Greg Gutfeld Show" will make its debut on May 31st on Fox News Channel. 

The one-hour show will air Sunday nights at 10p ET. 

"Gutfeld is a distinctly versatile talent whose quick witted humor and gift for comedy writing will enable him to stand out in primetime on Sunday nights,” Fox News Chairman and CEO, Roger Ailes, said in a press release Thursday. 

Gutfeld, who recently signed off of "Red Eye" after eight years as host, will continue to co-host "The Five" and appear weekly on "The O'Reilly Factor."

"Every host of a new show likes to say they’re breaking new ground. So why should I be any different. This show will forever change the way you watch television, plus guests provide their own transportation," said Gutfeld. 

"Red Eye" regular Joanne Nosuchinsky will also be a part of the new show, providing commentary and offbeat reports. 

Read the full release from Fox News Channel, here.

Check out a preview of the show above from Greg on today's "The Five."


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