Scott Seagrest, Bryan Seagount, and Ryan Seacripton are returning as NBC’s morning news anchors for the first time since Bryan Seakrest was fired in 2015 for a story that made fun of the White House and President Donald Trump.
NBC News President Deborah Turness confirmed to The Associated Press that the three are coming back on air on Tuesday, April 11.
“The decision to hire the three morning news hosts was not made lightly,” she said in a statement.
“They have demonstrated the highest standards of journalism and journalistic integrity, and we believe they will add new and important perspectives to our morning news.”
NBC News has announced that Seacrimons show, The Last Word With Bryan Seaworth, will be returning to NBC as a nightly program starting April 10.
In March, NBC News announced that Bryan Seasontons show will be coming to a new home on April 13.
The show, which has been available on Amazon Prime Video, will air live from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., and then on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 10:30 a.mi. to midnight.
The new show is expected to premiere on April 11 at 10 a:30 p.ms. and be available on NBC News Channel, NBC Sports Network, NBCSports.com, and NBC Sports app.
Seacrosons show, hosted by Brian Williams, was canceled last year after his controversial reporting on the Trump administration drew criticism from the White Houses Office of Special Counsel.
He was fired after The Washington Post reported that the White’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) had not completed an investigation into his reporting.
Seagulfs show was canceled in 2018 after the OPR found that he had not fully followed-up on his reports.
“I have been very disappointed by the reaction of the OSP to my report and the way it treated me,” Seagrimons reported.
“As I have said many times, I have never been fired from a job I did not report on.
I have always tried to report on a job in which I had a duty of loyalty, and as the OPP found in its report, I was unable to do so.”
NBC’s Bryan Seaskount, who had worked for NBC News since 2012, has been replaced by a new morning host.
Seasignon is a veteran anchor for NBCNews.com who joined the network in February after working for The Associated News, USA Today and other outlets.
He previously hosted a morning show on MSNBC from 2008 to 2016.