Rachel Maddow stays at her MSNBC home.
Maddow, who hosted The Rachel Maddow show in the cable company’s 9 p.m. timeslot since 2008, has reportedly signed a new multi-year deal that will see her stay with the newscast beyond 2022, according to our sister site Variety.
As part of the terms of her new agreement, Maddow will develop other projects under a new partnership with NBCUniversal.
The presenter reportedly considered leaving the cable channel to start her own media venture, but ultimately decided to stay, despite her interest in other formats, including podcasts. While details of her new deal weren’t immediately available, it’s possible she could play a role in NBC News and MSNBC’s plans to expand their streaming video presence.
Throughout her career, Maddow has proven successful in the world of podcasting with her 2018 seven-part series titled Tasman, who told the story of former US Vice President Spiro Agnew. MSNBC was released later that year cheating, her 2018 special documentary about the 1968 election and how President Nixon seemed willing to partner with a foreign government to win it. In addition, her book