Bill O’Reilly returns to Fox News Channel, but it’s only for one night … for now

Bill O’Reilly will be in familiar territory Tuesday as he makes a return visit to Fox News Channel.

The former Fox News Channel host will be a guest on Sean Hannity’s 9 p.m. program, marking his first appearance at his old home network since he was abruptly fired in April following allegation of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior.

Hannity made the announcement during his show’s new time slot on Monday just one week after asking O’Reilly on his radio program if he would ever consider a return to the network.

To debut his return to the 9 p.m.timeslot, Hannity will be presenting a series of exclusive interviews this week  including O’Reilly on Tuesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan on Wednesday and radio host Rush Limbaugh on Thursday. Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon joined Hannity on Monday for the show’s debut at the new time.

The complete lineup for the week was confirmed by Fox News Channel as listed below:

Guests for the Week of Monday, September 25th:
· Monday, September 25th – former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon

· Tuesday, September 26th – former FNC host and Author Bill O’Reilly

· Wednesday, September 27th – Speaker Paul Ryan

· Thursday, September 28th – radio host Rush Limbaugh

O’Reilly is expected to discuss his new novel, “Killing England: The Brutal Struggle for American Independence,”  which was published earlier this month, on “Hannity.”

The longtime Fox News anchor has continued to stay engaged through columns and podcasts on his BillOReilly.com website. In an interview with “Today’s” Matt Lauer last week, the former host of the top-rated “O’Reilly Factor”  revealed he had a team investigating the allegations made against him that led to his ouster at Fox News and that he would soon uncover the truth behind the “political and financial hit job” against him.

One of the women who claimed she was sexually harassed by the former Fox News host is now facing questions over her credibility.

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O’Reilly fans were thrilled about the return of the longtime conservative voice to Fox News Channel, even if it’s just a brief appearance.

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Frieda Powers

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