The 'Today' Show Just Announced the Cast That's Replacing Megyn Kelly

Meet the new third-hour Today team!

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For those who've been wondering about the third hour of Today after Megyn Kelly's show was canceled (following her controversial comments about blackface), we have an important update: Sheinelle Jones, Craig Melvin, Dylan Dreyer, and Al Roker will officially be taking over the 9 a.m. slot.

Dylan Dreyer announced the good news with a candid Instagram selfie of herself with her fellow colleagues. "Hope you don’t mind these faces! You’ll be seeing a lot of them at 9 a.m. Please join us!" she wrote. Sheinelle also shared the picture along with the hashtag "#LoveTheseGuys."

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The announcement comes after months of speculation over how NBC would deal with Megyn Kelly's show cancelation. While reports noted that the third hour moved its location from Studio 6A to Studio 1A (where the rest of the Today program takes place), the network remained silent about who would be taking over. Since Megyn's departure in October, Hoda, Al, Craig, and others have popped up at 9 a.m. to fill the gap.

While the third-hour plans appear to be set in stone for now, NBC will still need to figure out how they're going to handle Kathie Lee Gifford's departure from the fourth hour this April. So far, Jenna Bush Hager is rumored to be the frontrunner for the job. For now though, it's just a rumor, as the network hasn't officially declared anything justtt yet.

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