Chuck Todd's 'MTP Daily' moves time slots, Nicolle Wallace expands to two hours

MSNBC is making changes to its afternoon lineup.

The cable network confirmed to The Hill on Monday that Chuck ToddCharles (Chuck) David ToddMurkowski: Supreme Court nominee should not be taken up before election Republican senator says plans to confirm justice before election 'completely consistent with the precedent' Sunday shows - Trump team defends coronavirus response MORE's "MTP Daily" will move from 5 p.m. to 1 p.m., while Nicolle Wallace‘s "Deadline: White House" will expanding to a two-hour format.

The changes also have Ayman Mohyeldin, co-anchor of "Morning Joe First Look" at 5 a.m., moving to the network's 3 p.m. time slot.


The changes, first reported by Variety, will take effect Aug. 17.

MSNBC also said that starting next month, Todd will anchor a weekly hourlong political news program on NBC News NOW, the network’s 24-hour streaming news service, and Peacock, NBCUniversal’s new streaming platform.

"Ultimately, I’d do 'Meet the Press' as a channel someday," Todd, who hosts "Meet the Press" on Sunday mornings, told USA Today's "Talking Tech" podcast in June. "I think that every smart news program that has a legacy will view itself more as a channel than as a show."

Wallace, a White House communications director under former President George W. Bush and a top adviser to 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCainJohn Sidney McCainJill Biden shuts down Jake Tapper's question about husband's 'occasional gaffe' Crenshaw looms large as Democrats look to flip Texas House seat Analysis: Biden victory, Democratic sweep would bring biggest boost to economy MORE, previously worked at CBS News, ABC News and as a co-host on "The View."

"Deadline: White House" launched on MSNBC in 2017. Wallace finished July as the most-watched anchor at 4 p.m. among the three major cable news networks.

MSNBC finished July as the second-most-watched network on cable, with its highest ratings for the month in its 24-year history.