MSNBC is pulling another shuffle of its weekend schedule, moving Al Sharpton’s Sunday morning show to a 5 PM slot and giving him an additional Saturday hour at the same time.

Sharpton is vacating the morning slot so that, starting October 13th, a new two-hour panel discussion program – still to be named – can debut on both Saturdays and Sundays.

Hosting it will be anchor-correspondent David Gura, who joined MSNBC and NBC last year from Bloomberg.

Somehow, Joy Reid remains on the schedule.

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