News anchor Tamron Hall has left NBC and MSNBC. Her last day was Tuesday, January 31. Hall co-hosted "Today's Take" that aired during the "Today" show's third hour with Al Roker at 9 a.m. Hall and Roker were told that their hour was giving way to Megyn Kelly, who has been promised a slot for an NBC daytime talk show.

Hall also hosted "MSNBC Live," an hour of news at 11 a.m. each day on MSNBC. The network tried to convince Hall to stay after her contract expired at the end of this month, but the 46-year-old journalist declined. In fact, she left both shows on Tuesday.

Hall submitted a statement that said she was thankful for the last 10 years she has worked for the network. However, she is very excited about the next chapter.

On February 1, 2017, NBC News released in a joint statement confirming that Hall has departed from nbc and msnbc. The network said they were disappointed that they could not persuade Tamron to stay because she is an exceptional journalist. The statement confirmed that yesterday was Hall's last day as an anchor on both networks. It was reported that she was offered a multi-million dollar contract to stay.

Hall at MSNBC

In the past few weeks, Tamron has filled in as an anchor for Savannah Guthrie who is still on maternity leave, and for Lester Holt on "NBC Nightly News." Just a few days ago, she received an email from the executive producer congratulating the 9 a.m.

team for being No. 1 for the last seven weeks. Then on Friday, minutes before going on MSNBC, Hall was told that she and Al were being taken off the air during the 9 a.m. hour. Roker, 62, has a long-term contract and will remain with NBC.

Hall worked a decade for local news in Chicago, Illinois before she joined MSNBC in 2007.

She came to NBC's "Today" show in 2014. She currently hosts "Deadline: Crime" on Investigation Discovery channel. Nothing has been said about whether Hall will also give up that hosting job.

NBC making room for Megyn Kelly

NBC is considering a couple of options to make room for Megyn Kelly who has left Fox News. Kelly could take over the 9 a.m.

slot vacated by Tamron Hall and Al Roker. She will follow Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie after their first two hours. Or, Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb could move up an hour to 9 a.m., which will make the 10 a.m. slot available for Kelly when she starts her new show in the fall.