Next month, the long-rumored primetime shake-up at FOX News gets implemented. In the changes, Sean Hannity (pictured) will see his show pushed back later into primetime.

Currently, FOX News' weekday primetime lineup is (in Central Time):
6p  FOX Report with Shepard Smith
7p The O'Reilly Factor with Bill O'Reilly
8p Hannity with Sean Hannity
9p 'On The Record' with Greta Van Susteren
10p-1a O'Reilly, Hannity & Greta re-airs

According to Deadline.com, the lineup will change on October 7 to:
6p 'On The Record' with Greta Van Susteren
7p The O'Reilly Factor with Bill O'Reilly
8p The Kelly File with Megyn Kelly
9p Hannity with Sean Hannity
10p-1a O'Reilly, Kelly & Hannity re-airs

Right now, Shepard Smith hosts two hours each weekday on FOX News. No word on if he will pick up a new hour after the October 7th changes.

Back in May of 2012, Sean Hannity signed a new multi-year contract with FOX News. He has been a personality on the cable channel since 1996. Hannity's radio show with Premiere Radio Networks remains unchanged and you can listen to The Sean Hannity Show, weekdays 2p-5p on KFYO.