"Final Thoughts" might be coming to Fox News.
Lahren will have a signature role on an FNC digital product currently in development and will also offer political commentary to the network’s opinion programming," the statement said. She will primarily be featured on Fox News commentator Sean Hannity's nightly program "Hannity," according to the press release.
Lahren is scheduled to make her debut on Wednesday night's episode of "Hannity."
"Big things ahead," Lahren wrote on Twitter. "Catch me with @seanhannity tonight!"
After she was fired from The Blaze last March, she joined up with the Great America Alliance, a pro-President Donald Trump political action committee that is dedicated to advancing Trump's agenda. While there she reportedly helped the group with "communications and messaging strategies."
Just over a month into her role with the PAC she debuted in an advertisement that was titled "Witch Hunt" where she ranted about the "Washington establishment" and slammed the ongoing Russia investigation in order to paint the president as a victim and confirm his rhetoric that he's being unfairly demonized.
Lahren will likely be leaving her role with the pro-Trump PAC as she takes on her contributing role with Fox News.
She also recently came under fire when she admitted at Politicon that she personally benefits from Obamacare, even though she proceeded to rail against Republicans who wouldn't get onboard with the plan.