Meghan McCain is moving to weekday nights on Pivot.
McCain, the daughter of Sen. John McCain, will co-host the news show "TakePart Live" weekdays at midnight, Politico reported Saturday.
In August she began hosting "Raising McCain," a weekly series that followed her as she interviewed guests out on the road. The show was part of Pivot's original lineup when the cable network, which targets millennial viewers, launched last summer. Pivot president Evan Shapiro told Politico that McCain's show did well, and that the network wanted to feature her reacting to the news in a more "timely" way.
McCain announced the new gig to her followers on Saturday, tweeting:
I couldn't be more excited to be the new host of TakePartLive - everyone at @pivot_tv is truly family and I can't wait to dig in and get
Started! Here's to hanging out with me and @jacobsoboroff 5 nights a week starting in the spring! Excited to bring news to millennialist in
An entertaining way!
Saturday's announcement marks the latest chapter in McCain's career as a media personality. Prior to joining Pivot, she was a contributor at MSNBC, a role she later said her father "did not love."