Megyn Kelly will end the first week of her new show “The Kelly File” with two high-profile interviews with subjects from fairly diverse backgrounds.
On the Friday edition of “The Kelly File,” Kelly will interview ABC News’ Diane Sawyer, who Kelly has professed her admiration for in the past. Kelly and the “World News” anchor will discuss the latter’s exclusive interview with 16-year-old Pakistai Malala Yousafzai, who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize after struggling to attend school and subsequently becoming a target of the Taliban.
The pair will also discuss the evolution of the news business, as well as current events in Washington.
Kelly will also interview TV gavel-pounder “Judge Judy” Scheindlin — Kelly’s long-time “dream interview” — about a variety of topics, such as the debt-ceiling crisis and notable criminal cases, among other subjects.
“The Kelly File” premiered on Monday to strong ratings and had dramatic growth on its second day on the air,
Megyn Kelly’s new Fox News Channel show, “The Kelly File,” jumped 116 percent in the key 25-54 news demo for its second night on the air, surging 116 percent in the key 25-54 news demo and 34 percent in total viewers, to 2.8 million.