Zerlina Maxwell

Zerlina Maxwell, Ayman Mohyeldin Lose Streaming MSNBC Shows on Peacock

Click here to read the full article. There’s a streaming shake-up at MSNBC. MSNBC is canceling two of its streaming programs on Peacock as the NBCUniversal-backed news outlet monitors the performance of programing amid a new battle for broadband consumers. Zerlina Maxwell and Ayman Mohyeldin will both lose their Peacock programs, according to a spokesperson for the network. Maxwell, who has worked with MSNBC since 2018 as an analyst and whose Peacock program was among MSNBC’s first streaming offerings, will do her last Peacock program on September 15. Her staff was notified about the move Wednesday by MSNBC President Rashida Jones, according...
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MSNBC’s Peacock Hub Cancels Zerlina Maxwell, Ayman Mohyeldin Streaming Shows

Click here to read the full article. MSNBC is dropping streaming shows from Zerlina Maxwell and Ayman Mohyeldin on the news brand’s Peacock hub, but both personalities will continue to have a presence on the network. The network wants Maxwell to serve as an analyst, while Mohyeldin will continue his weekend show, according to an MSNBC spokesperson. He’ll also continue reporting and serving as a fill-in host on weekdays. The changes will go into effect in September. Earlier this year, MSNBC announced plans to fold its streaming channel, called The Choice on MSNBC, into a new a new hub on Peacock. At...

MSNBC Ends Peacock Shows Hosted by Zerlina Maxwell and Ayman Mohyeldin

The Lost Remote newsletter brings you the the best in streaming news, from staffing changes to premiere dates to trailers—to the latest platform moves. Sign up today. MSNBC hosts Zerlina Maxwell and Ayman Mohyeldin are losing their streaming shows on Peacock. This comes as NBC News is placing an increased emphasis (and resources) on its substantial portfolio of streaming news offerings.

Malcolm Nance in Conversation with Zerlina Maxwell

Malcolm Nance is a globally renowned, highly engaging expert on terrorism, extremism, and insurgency, and a multiple New York Times bestselling author, whose books include The Plot to Hack America. A 34-year, Arabic-speaking veteran of the U.S. intelligence community's Combating Terrorism program, he has been called the “Neil DeGrasse Tyson of Counterterrorism” and is considered one of the Great African-Americans in Espionage by the International Spy Museum. He is a counterterrorism analyst for NBC News and MSNBC.