The New York Times. Insider previously reported on the temporary break.Maddow, 48, is expected to start the break next week, according to People.Many expected the out host to take time off this year to pursue other projects, but many had assumed that would come in the spring.The Times reports that many MSNBC hosts and producers are unsure if she will come back to her normal show or if her schedule will become more flexible.The Rachel Maddow Show is MSNBC’s No.
1 in ratings. The weeknight program features a mix of news and opinion — one much enjoyed by liberals.During the upcoming hiatus, the show will have fill-in anchors, according to the Times.
However, she will still be appearing for special coverage, including for President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address scheduled for March 1.In August, the host renewed her contract with NBCUniversal.