Chris Hayes, a TV show host, and the author has amassed a sizable net worth as a result of his incredible hard work and determination.
Hayes made his television debut in 2010 as a guest host on Rachel Maddow’s show. With his first full-time show, Up with Chris Hayes, he launched his career as an anchor on MSNBC. The weekend morning political conversation show, which terminated in 2013, explored contemporary issues in depth.
Following the success of the show, Hayes began hosting All In with Chris Hayes on April 1, 2013, which is still shown on MSNBC. Hayes became the country’s youngest prime-time TV show host when he took over the show at the age of thirty-four.
The show received Emmy Awards in 2015 and 2018 for its outstanding talent and deep connection with its audience. He announced his 2015 win on Twitter by tweeting a photo of himself clutching the coveted gold trophy.
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When speaking with the Holywood Reporter in 2017, the Emmy winner’s devotion and determination for the show’s success was palpable. ‘I want to be No. 1,’ he said, adding that ratings were not his top concern for the show’s success. We want to have the most viewers in our time slot. That is the objective.’
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Similarly, in 2018, the news anchor began Why Is This Happening? a podcast. The podcast was an immediate success, reaching number six on the iTunes chart. He shared the news on Instagram with the following caption:
‘At #6 on the Tunes charts right now. Do I get to be a part of the Intellectual Dark Web if I catch up to Joe Rogan?’
The gifted host is also an author who has written two books about the current crises and political perspectives. Twilight of the Elites: America After Meritocracy, published in June 2012, and A Colony in a Nation, published in March 2017, are the two books.
In February 2017, he shared the first peek of his second book on Instagram. He is reported to have a net worth of 5 million dollars as a result of his successful career as a political analyst, journalist, and book, indicating that the MSNBC anchor is doing well.