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Report: MSNBC cancels Ronan Farrow Daily, The Reid Report

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Ronan Farrow is getting a new gig with MSNBC—at the expense of his afternoon show.

Ronan Farrow Daily has been canceled, but the 27-year-old will be retained as a correspondent for primetime interviews and other programming, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Shortly after the news broke, Farrow tweeted, “Excited about new role - more to come soon.”

The network will also move around its daytime lineup to try to spark a ratings boon; it hit its nadir earlier this month.

That’s not the only show reportedly getting the ax: The Reid Report with Joy Reid, which followed Farrow’s show, was cancelled, too, per THR. She will stick around as a senior correspondent.

In the 1-3 p.m. ET slot, Thomas Roberts will host a news show during weekdays starting March 2.

MSNBC did not immediately respond to EW’s request for comment.