Former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s first MSNBC show confirmed.
Psaki will host a weekly series for a cable news channel called Inside with Jen Psaki from Sunday March 19 begins. The show airs Sunday at noon and the following day on Peacock.
Inside will see Psaki break down the big public policy issues in the news, as well as interviews with newsmakers. There are also plans for a recurring segment titled “Weekend Routine,” which will see Psaki go through their failed lives with lawmakers and other newsmakers.
In addition, MSNBC said Psaki is developing an original streaming series and a social series, and Psaki will write a column for the cable channel’s daily political newsletter. Psaki will also continue to appear as a contributor on NBC News and MSNBC shows.
Psaki officially joined NBC News and MSNBC after serving as Press Secretary to President Biden (Karine Jean-Pierre to succeed her in that position). At the time, the channel said she would host a streaming show for Peacock starting this year.
Instead, her first show will be part of MSNBC’s More and More Opinionated Weekend Lineup . Inside will replace an hour of MSNBC Reports, although anchor Alex Witt Sat-2 pm and Sunday 1-2 pm
Psaki is also on MSNBC’s The weekend lineup added another Biden administration alum: Symone Sanders, who served as Biden’s spokesman during the Biden campaign and as Vice President Kamala Harry before leaving to join MSNBC Sri Lanka’s chief spokesman joined the government last May .