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'The Five' to fill Glenn Beck's timeslot

It didn’t take Fox News long to replace Glenn Beck. Just hours before his last show yesterday, Fox News released a statement announcing that the 5 p.m. hour, which Beck built into a ratings juggernaut, will be the home of The Five. Beginning July 11, the roundtable show will feature a collection of rotating Fox personalities, including Greg Gutfeld, Juan Williams, Dana Perino, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Geraldo Rivera, Andrea Tantaros, Eric Bolling, Monica Crowley, Bob Beckel, and Kimberly Guilfoyle, as well as occasional guest celebrities and newsmakers.

The Five brings together an eclectic group of FOX talent whose knowledge of key issues and unique insights will undoubtedly make for a dynamic program,” said Bill Shine, Fox’s executive vice president of programming, in a statement.

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