Fox News will move Mark LevinMark Reed LevinTucker Carlson extends influence on GOP Glenn Beck says he has COVID-19 for second time Trump draws attention with admission he 'fired Comey' MORE's Sunday night program from 10 p.m. to 8 p.m. starting this weekend as part of several changes to its lineup, The Hill has learned.
"Life, Liberty and Levin," which premiered in February 2018, has been a top-performing program from a ratings perspective for the network on Sunday nights. The program delivered more than 1.43 million viewers last weekend and was the most-watched program in cable news on Sunday night, topping rivals CNN and MSNBC.
Levin, who is also a syndicated radio talk show host, is a onetime chief of staff to former President Reagan's attorney general, Ed Meese.
Rotating specials with different programs will replace Levin in the 10:00 p.m. Sunday slot.
Kicking the specials off will be "Modern Warriors: A Veteran’s Day Special" this Sunday night hosted by Pete Hegseth. The program will include former Navy Seals Rob O’Neill and Eddie Gallagher, along with Army Ranger Mat Best and Green Beret Scott Mann. It precedes the 100th observation of Veterans Day on Monday.
Among other programming shifts coming to the network's weekend schedule, Chief National Correspondent Ed Henry will helm an hour of breaking news coverage starting at noon on both Saturday and Sunday during “America’s News HQ.” Henry also periodically serves as a "Fox & Friends Weekend" co-host with Hegseth.
Fox News confirmed the changes when reached for comment.
Updated at 4:15 p.m.