Fox Business News Takes Wraps Off Plans for New Show, New Prime-Time Schedule

May 31, 2012  •  Post A Comment

Fox Business News, after dropping three series from its prime-time lineup earlier this year, will debut a new program, "Money with Melissa Francis," June 4, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The show will air daily at 5 p.m., and the four-year-old network will shift some of its prime-time shows to make room in the lineup, the story says.

Francis, who joined FBN in January, has been co-anchor of "Market Now." Her new show will highlight market moves and economic issues, with appearances from experts, the story says.

Starting Monday, "The Willis Report" will shift to 6 p.m., "Lou Dobbs" will remain at 7 p.m., while "Cavuto" will now air at 8 p.m., the story says.

The report notes: “The move comes after the FBN’s February’s decision to axe three series from the evening roster: ‘FreedomWatch’ with Judge Andrew Napolitano, ‘Power & Money’ with David Asman and ‘Follow the Money’ with Eric Bolling.”

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