Fox News Channel has a brand-new primetime lineup debuting on Monday, as Tucker Carlson Tonight moves to 8:00pm ET and The Five shifts to the 9:00pm timeslot. 

Tucker promised to continue bringing viewers "the most honest hour we can do" and to remain "the sworn enemy of lying, pomposity, smugness and groupthink."

For his first show in his new timeslot on Monday, Tucker has a cable exclusive interview lined up with Caitlyn Jenner and he'll also talk to former "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe.

On "The Five" on Friday, Tucker spoke about the big interview and what he hopes to ask Jenner:



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Martha MacCallum will continue to anchor at 7:00pm ET, while Sean Hannity will remain at 10:00pm.

Starting on May 1st, Martha's show will be called "The Story with Martha MacCallum" after the first 100 days of the Trump administration come to a close. 

MacCallum has hosted "The First 100 Days" since President Trump took office.


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Kimberly Guilfoyle, Dana Perino, Bob Beckel, Greg Gutfeld, Jesse Watters and Juan Williams will co-host "The Five" at its new time, 9:00pm ET.

Longtime "Five" co-host Eric Bolling will stay at 5:00pm ET, hosting his own show starting on Monday, May 1.

"The Five" hosts discussed the big move on the show Wednesday and congratulated Eric on his exciting new opportunity. 

Bob Beckel said many more people will now get to see the "The Five's" signature debates, since it will now be on each night at 6:00pm on the west coast.


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