Shannon Bream will host a live news program, airing weeknights at 11:00pm ET, Fox News Channel announced. 

Fox News @ Night will launch on Monday, October 30, following the premiere of The Ingraham Angle, hosted by Laura Ingraham at 10:00pm ET.

"It has been an honor to work alongside the hardest-working team in the news business for the past 10 years," said Bream, who most recently served as Fox News' Supreme Court correspondent and regularly co-anchored "America’s Newsroom." 

"I am delighted to bring our audience an hour of captivating television, providing viewers with a recap of the day's most important stories and the latest breaking news," she added.

Fox News @ Night will be a hard news program dedicated to the most compelling stories out of Washington, D.C., and across the country. Relying on Fox News' correspondents and experts, the show will set the table for the next day's coverage. 

"For the past decade, Shannon’s insight into the inner workings of the Supreme Court and Washington has made her a major asset to our news division. Her experience, coupled with the relationship she has with our viewers, offers a perfect fit for the anchor position at 11pm as we extend our live primetime programming," said Jay Wallace, the network's president of news.

Bream has provided coverage of every major election and Supreme Court decision since she joined FNC in 2007. Additionally, Bream is the host of Livin' the Bream, a podcast that shares inspirational stories, personal anecdotes and an insider's perspective on actions and rulings from the high court.

The move is part of an overall revamp of the Fox News Channel lineup, with "The Five" moving back to 5:00pm ET and "Hannity" moving up to 9:00pm ET on Monday, September 25th. The 10:00pm hour will have a variety of hosts until "The Ingraham Angle" kicks off next month.

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