Chris Wallace just announced this is his last Fox News Sunday saying he wants to try other things after 18 years.
“After 18 years — this is my final Fox News Sunday,” Wallace said. “It is the last time — and I say this with real sadness — we will meet like this.”
Calling his time at Fox News “a great ride,” Wallace said he’s “decided to leave Fox.”
“I want to try something new, to go beyond politics to all the things I’m interested in,” he added. “I’m ready for a new adventure. And I hope you’ll check it out.”
Fox News issued a statement: “We are extremely proud of our journalism and the stellar team that Chris Wallace was a part of for 18 years. The legacy of ‘Fox News Sunday’ will continue with our star journalists, many of whom will rotate in the position until a permanent host is named.”
Chris Wallace, the longtime Washington journalist, announced his departure from Fox News Channel at the end of his weekly program Sunday, and will head to CNN’s upcoming streaming service, the L.A Times reports.
It is believed he will have a talk program on CNN+, the streaming service that will be launched by CNN early next year.