Fox News Channel is set to debut several changes to its daytime lineup, including two brand-new shows, on Monday, October 2nd.

- Harris Faulkner will anchor a new show called "Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner," airing weekdays at 1:00pm ET.

- Dana Perino will anchor a new show called "The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino," weekdays at 2:00pm ET. 

- Sandra Smith was named as the permanent co-anchor of "America's Newsroom," alongside Bill Hemmer, airing weekdays at 9:00am ET. 

"There’s no one better in the business than Bill Hemmer and I am honored to kick off the network’s news hours with him, informing our viewers of the biggest stories and issues driving the day," said Smith.

Faulkner and Smith will continue as hosts of "Outnumbered," which airs at noon ET, while Perino will continue on "The Five," at 5:00pm ET.

Fox News Channel recently revamped its primetime lineup, with Sean Hannity moving to the 9:00pm ET timeslot this week.

"The Ingraham Angle" - hosted by Laura Ingraham - will air weeknights at 10:00pm ET, premiering on Monday, October 30th. On that same night, "Fox News @ Night" - hosted live by Shannon Bream - will debut at 11:00pm ET.

Faulkner has co-hosted "Outnumbered" since it launched in 2014.

"Three years ago, we enhanced cable news with a show that combines news and opinion, predominantly from the female point of view, and immediately, 'Outnumbered' became the number one show in its timeslot. I am proud of the work we’re continuing to do there, and blessed to have this added opportunity to create a new program that will help inform our viewers and keep them engaged in a conversation surrounding the day’s headlines," she said. 

Perino, who served as White House press secretary under George W. Bush, joined Fox News in 2009. The White House press briefing often takes place in the 2pm ET hour, when Perino's new show will be on the air.

"Our new show will aim to take on the major issues facing Americans and explore them from all angles. I am excited for this opportunity to draw from my political background to help our viewers get beyond the headlines and better understand what is really going on behind the scenes in Washington each day," said Perino. 

Smith, who started as a Fox Business Network reporter in 2007, moderated the network's inaugural Republican presidential primary debate, making history with Trish Regan as the first dual-female team to host a debate.

"Harris, Dana and Sandra are rising stars and their combined background and expertise across news, business and politics will enable us to provide a more in-depth look at the major stories breaking out of Washington, and around the country. We are living in unprecedented times and this new lineup ensures our viewers will get the best news, information and analysis on the news of the hour across the nation and around the globe," Fox News Channel President of News Jay Wallace said.

Fox News Channel finished the third quarter of 2017 as the most-watched cable news network across the board for the 63rd consecutive quarter, dating back to the first quarter of 2002.

Here's the new lineup in full (ET):

6:00am - Fox & Friends

9:00am - America's Newsroom

11:00am - Happening Now

12:00pm - Outnumbered

1:00pm - Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner

2:00pm- The Daily Briefing with Dana Perino

3:00pm - Shepard Smith Reporting

4:00pm - Your World with Neil Cavuto

5:00pm - The Five

6:00pm - Special Report with Bret Baier

7:00pm - The Story with Martha MacCallum

8:00pm - Tucker Carlson Tonight

9:00pm - Hannity

10:00pm - The Ingraham Angle (premieres Oct. 30)

11:00pm - Fox News @ Night, hosted by Shannon Bream (premieres Oct. 30)

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