According to the reports by NBC News, the show will premiere on July 20, and it will also feature issues of race, justice, and culture.
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Currently, Joy is the hos of 'AM Joy' which airs on the weekend, and according to the reports, the show will feature a rotating lineup of hosts in the interim, with a permanent replacement expected.
Report further suggest the show will take over Chris Matthews' time slot, as Matthews retired back in March following a series of horrific incidents like criticism over his statements, sexual assault allegations, misidentification of a Black lawmaker, and more.
Chris abruptly said, "I am retiring" while on-air, adding, "This is the last Hardball on MSNBC. Obviously this isn't for a lack of interest in politics. As you can tell, I've loved every minute of my 20 years as host of Hardball... not many people have had this privilege."