Conservative SE Cupp’s ‘Unfiltered’ program moving to CNN

S.E. Cupp’s weekday HLN program, “Unfiltered,” will move to CNN and air on Saturday evenings starting later this month, the conservative host announced on Thursday.

“Some personal news: I’m thrilled to announce the show we lovingly built on @HLNTV is officially moving to @CNN. Starting Aug 25, you can catch @UnfilteredSE every Saturday night. So proud to join the @VanJones68 and @davidaxelrod already stellar lineup,” wrote Cupp, a former MSNBC host

{mosads}Cupp, 39, who also serves as a columnist for the New York Daily News, told Mediaite Thursday that she feels “sort of, alone” to be an anti-Trump conservative, adding she’s no longer with the GOP, the president or the Democrats.

“It’s lonely,” Cupp said. “For someone who was always part of the big tent Republican Party, with friends in all political corners — conservatives, Libertarians, social conservatives, fiscal conservatives — to now feel, sort of, alone.”

“I’m not with the party. I’m not with the president. I’m certainly not with Democrats.”

Cupp’s HLN show has struggled with ratings since launching in August 2017, which Cupp acknowledged to Mediaite while embracing the move to CNN.

“The evolution of the show made it clear, we’re really a better fit for CNN,” Cupp told Mediaite. “I think we’re a better fit for the audience. I think the show reads like a CNN show and so I think it just became clear to everyone that we’re doing a great show and it can only serve everyone better if it moves to CNN. And we’re thrilled.”

“Unfiltered” is co-hosted by Fox News “Red Eye” veteran Andy Levy.

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