14 March 2013 8:13 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

It's very possible. At least some people are saying so. In case you haven't heard, last night on his primetime MSNBC show, Ed Schultz announced that he was leaving his daily show on the network, and would be moving to weekends at night, starting in April. Though it was surprise to some, it really wasn't. There have been many articles since last fall about the tense off-camera relationship between network execs and Schultz. His populist, aggressive and combative style wasn't a good match for the network, which prefers a smoother, more "wonkish" approach in their primetime anchors such as Lawrence O'Donnell and Rachel Maddow. It's the same problem MSNBC had with Keith Olbermann before they gave him the boot So who now will take his place in the coveted 8Pm slot? Most people are saying that it'll be Washington Post columnist Erza Klein who's well liked at the network and »

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