CNN Business reported earlier this week that the five-day-a-week version of her show will come to an end in 2022. She will still appear on MSNBC, but far less often. While some sources insisted that the specifics have not been determined yet, two other sources said that the transition will happen next spring.What is Rachel Maddow doing now?
Starting in May, MSNBC’s highest-rated star Rachel Maddow will be hosting her 9 p.m. Eastern show just one day a week — on Mondays — while she pivots to other projects for parent company NBCUniversal. The new schedule has an end-of-an-era feel for MSNBC, since so much of the channel has been built around Maddow for more than a decade.Is Rachel Maddow Show cancelled?
The popular TV presenter and political commentator went on sabbatical to work with NBCUniversal on new projects. As of right now, Maddow will be back on her show on April 11, but she did say there might be another hiatus in the future.What is happening with Rachel Maddow?
RACHEL Maddow is revealing a major update as she steps back from her nightly show and Ali Velshi steps in on the renamed "MSNBC Prime" hour. Maddow will no longer appear nightly on the network as she works to develop other projects, including a film. Going forward, Maddow will only appear on MSNBC on Monday nights.