Sean Hannity isn't going anywhere.
The Fox News host just signed a new multi-year contract with the network, it was announced Thursday. He will continue his current role for at least four more years.
Hannity, who joined the network in 1996, hosts the second most-highly rated show in cable news. The deal means that Fox News has secured three of its top shows — Bill O'Reilly and Bret Baier also recently signed new contracts.
Fox News chief Roger Ailes called Hannity "a remarkable asset to the network," and he returned the praise.
"It's been an honor and privilege to work alongside the incredible team at FOX News, whose talent is unparalleled,” Hannity said in a statement. “In true Roger Ailes form, he saw something in me that no one else did and afforded me the opportunity to achieve incredible success. I look forward to many more years to come."
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